WASHINGTON — Dressed to the nines in a white suit complete with Ray-Bans and slicked back hair, there was something criminal about the way Nationals’ slugger Bryce Harper stole the red carpet for the All-Star Game red carpet on Tuesday.
At least, that’s what detectives Sonny Crockett and Ricardo Tubbs from the ’80s hit TV series “Miami Vice” might have said of Harper’s new look.
— MLB Network (@MLBNetwork) July 11, 2017
For the All-Star Game itself, Harper, who had planned to wear pink cleats christened “Miami Bryce,” instead wore shoes in honor of Marlins’ former pitcher Jose Fernandez, according to The Washington Post. Harper’s cleats featured images of Fernandez, who died last September in a boating accident
— Bryce Harper (@Bharper3407) July 11, 2017
Originally, Harper had planned to wear his “Miami Vice”-themed cleats for the game, according to The Bleacher Report. The shoes, courtesy of Harper’s sponsor Under Armour, went on sale Monday for $130.
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) July 10, 2017
If “Miami Bryce” is any indication, Harper may just take the fashion world by storm.
— MLB (@MLB) July 11, 2017