The second baseman, who exited the game Sunday night after his New Balance spikes caused minor pain, helped his team win a day later.
The former New York Yankees star had his number retired Sunday at Yankee Stadium.
Set to the soundtrack of Technotronic’s “Shake That Body.”
Bryce Harper soon won’t be the only star wearing the UA on the field.
Now you can rep your favorite team on your feet, too.
The brand announced today it has entered a long-term global partnership with the league.
The brand is celebrating the start of the 2016 season with baseball-inspired sneakers featuring team logos.
New Balance and Seattle Mariner Robinson Cano inked an endorsement deal that has the All-Star wearing the brand both on-field and off.