Akadema Endorser Bryce Harper Will Make History When He Enters The Playoffs With The Washington Nationals

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  • Bergen-Passaic, NJ (1888PressRelease) October 06, 2012 - Akadema endorser Bryce Harper will make history when he enters the playoffs with the Washington Nationals. Harper, and Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy will become the 11th and 12th teenagers to advance to the playoffs. The last player to make the playoffs as a teenager was Andruw Jones, when he made it in 1996 with the Atlanta Braves.

    Harper was struggling for a while, before turning it on in September, and is one of the top candidates for the NL Rookie Of The Year Award. Harper is batting .270, with 98 runs, 144 hits, 22 home runs, and 59 RBI's. In 2010, Akadema signed the phenom to a long-term glove contract, in the same year he was selected as the first overall pick in the MLB draft. Harper uses a custom AMR 34 glove in the field.

    About Akadema:
    Akadema is the world's most exciting baseball and softball equipment company. In its short history, Akadema has become the hottest baseball and softball equipment company for professional, college, high school and serious youth players. Akadema attributes their increase in market share to their innovative quality professional product line, which is contrast to mass production products that have little to do with quality or feel. Akadema has long stood for high quality and performance and wants you to "Bring Your 'A' Game". Akadema comes highly endorsed by MLB players like: Bryce Harper, Shane Victorino, Derek Holland, Cameron Maybin, Brandon McCarthy, Bobby Jenks, Matt LaPorta, Vin Mazzaro, Craig Breslow, Ross Ohlendorf and many others as well as Senior Advisors and MLB Hall of Famer Carl Yastrzemski.

    Paul Catanzaro, Customer Service/Marketing Coordinator
    Akadema Inc.
    140 5th Avenue
    Hawthorne, NJ 07506
    Phone: 973-304-1470
    Fax: 973-636-6375

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