Cooperstown dreams park est. 1996

Bryce Harper

Before Bryce Harper became the number one first-round draft pick by the Washington Nationals in the 2010 Major League Baseball Amateur draft, he competed at Cooperstown Dreams Park during four weeks between the years of 2003-2005.


In 2003, Bryce was a member of Cooperstown Dreams Park’s 10U championship team, San Diego Stars North (CA). In 2004, he returned with the San Diego Stars organization, competing during the National Tournament of Champions (N.A.T.C.). Bryce competed during weeks 3 and 11 (N.A.T.C.) in 2005, with the McDowell Mountain Yankees (AZ) and the Southern Nevada Bulldogs (NV), respectively.


Bryce excelled on the field after participating at Cooperstown Dreams Park. His accolades include NYB All American Team (2005), TBS 12u All American team (2005), TBS 13u All American Team (2006), TBS 14u All American Team (2007), TBS 14u Player of the Year (2007), All Area Code Team (2008), All World Team (2008), batting average leader for the state of Nevada (2008), Player of the Year North-East Division (2008), 1st team All State Catcher (2008), 1st Team All Sunrise Division Catcher (2008), Babe Ruth Award (2009), and Baseball American High School Player of the Year (2009).


Bryce completed his freshman year at the College of Southern Nevada (Clark County, NV). He hit 31 home runs, smashing the school's previous record of 12. He was named the 2010 Scenic West Athletic Conference (SWAC) Player of the Year and led his team to the 2010 Western district finals of the 2010 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) World Series. Bryce received the 2010 Golden Spikes Award, given annually by USA Baseball and sponsored by the Major League Baseball Players Association to the best amateur baseball player.


After his draft selection in 2010, Bryce competed in the Arizona Fall League (AFL) with the Scottsdale Scorpions (Scottsdale, AZ), helping his team win the 2010 AFL championship. He spent part of the 2011 season with the Class-A Hagerstown Suns (Hagerstown, MD), where he was named Southern Atlantic League Player of the Week (May 9, 2011). After 72 games with Hagerstown, he moved on to AA Harrisburg Senators (Harrisburg, PA). Bryce began the 2012 season with the AAA Syracuse Chiefs (Syracuse, NY). On April 28, 2012, he made his major league debut. Bryce became the youngest position player in MLB All-Star history to participate in the annual All-Star game on July 10, 2012. He completed the 2012 season being named National League Rookie of the Year. As a free agent, Bryce was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies prior to the 2019 season. Bryce and the Phillies reached the 2022 World Series against the Houston Astros.



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