Bryce Harper sweats the numbers
Baseball is a numbers game. But no number sounds as good as this… #ItComesFromBelow pic.twitter.com/QLEAcAD5Da
— Under Armour (@UnderArmour) 11 juillet 2016
Advertising Agency: Droga5 NY
Client: Under Armour
Featuring: Bryce Harper, one of the best baseball players in MLB
Creative Chairman: David Droga
Art Director: Daniel Sumarna
Chief Creative Officer: Ted Royer
Group Creative Director: Felix Richter, Alexander Nowak
Copywriter: Bryan Wolff
Chief Creation Officer: Sally-Ann Dale
Baseball is a Game of Numbers
In this 45-second commercial Bryce Harper’s high school coach, Sam Thomas rattles numbers that have some significance to Harper’s career.
No. 1 overall draft pick. Majors at 19…
34… 220… 100
Four-time all star…
“But kid, just remember no number sounds as good as this”
Bryce Harper #34
Why Bryce Harper (Washington National) wears number 34?
Because 3 + 4 = 7
His favourite baseball player is Mickey Mantle (New York Yankees #7)
Bryce Harper official Twitter account is @Bharper3407
Read More: Paul Pierce (NBA) Number 34
You’re 220 at age 23
220 represents one of Harper’s mantras, “Second to None.”
His parents made him gold pendant with the No. 220.
This number is featured inside of the tongue ofHarper’s signature cleats.
31 homers in 66 games
In one season at Southern Nevada’s college, Bryce Harper hit .443 with thirty-one home runs.
570 foot home run
At age 15, Bryce Harper hit a home run 570 feet.
First front cover at 16
In 2009, Bryce Haprer (16-year-old) was on the cover. Sports Illustrated
Over 100 home runs
Bryce Harper is the first player in MLB history whose 100th career HR was his first career grand slam.
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) 14 avril 2016
On-base percentage of .340, then .368, then .460.
Bryce Harper set the all-time, single-season National League voting record for the All-Star Game with 9,224, 370 votes and counting.
National League Most Valuable Player
.@Bharper3407 is your UNANIMOUS @officialBBWAA NL #MVP: https://t.co/jmvKiAq2LW pic.twitter.com/AaHcQvt77e
— MLB (@MLB) 19 novembre 2015
On November 19th, 2015…
Bryce Harper received all 30 first-place MVP votes.