Under Armour Gave Bryce Harper Longest Contract in MLB History

Just days after Bryce Harper was drafted by the Washington Nationals back in 2011, Under Armour signed him to an endorsement deal. Now that he has elevated to an elite superstar in the MLB and already has an MVP trophy under his belt, Under Armour is ready to lock the young star for the duration of his career. According to Darren Rovell of ESPN, Under Armour gave Bryce Harper a contract extension through 2026, which is also the longest contract ever given to any MLB player. With the new 10 year contract in play, Bryce Harper will join a team of elites with Stephen Curry signed through 2024 and Jordan Spieth signed through 2025. Under Armour also currently has Cam Newton signed, but no extension has yet been announced for the young MVP quarterback who has an expiring endorsement deal soon.