Nationals Outfielder Dedicates Baseball Complex in Fred Crabtree Park

Bryce Harper, an outfielder for the Nationals, dedicated a baseball complex in Fred Crabtree Park named after him on Monday (July 16).

The Bryce Harper All-Star Complex, located at 2801 Fox Mill Road, includes two renovated fields and is the second baseball facility for youth named after Harper in the area. Another field is located at Takoma Community Center in the District.

“I felt like this not only adds to the community but also achieves my objective of making sure this game continues to grow and is left in a better place than when I entered it,” Harper said at the dedication ceremony.

A video of the complete ceremony is available online.

More from social media:

https://twitter.com/MLB/status/1018943099760988160

Photos via Twitter user @fairfaxparks

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