Bryce Harper signs record contact with Under Armour

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Washington Nationals star outfielder Bryce Harper is still more than two seasons away from what is likely to be a record-breaking baseball contract. But he has already signed the richest endorsement deal ever given to a baseball player, according to his agent Scott Boras.

The deal is a 10-year extension with Under Armour, which signed its first deal with Harper in April 2011 — when he was only 18 and still in the minor leagues. That deal expired at the end of last season, Boras said.

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