Under Armour released a new commercial this week starring Bryce Harper, who will debut the platinum version of his signature cleats at Tuesday’s All-Star Game in San Diego. The 45-second spot is narrated by Harper’s coach at Las Vegas High, Sam Thomas, who explains that baseball is “a numbers game” before rattling off more than a dozen numbers that have some significance to Harper’s career. Check out the ad and more on the numbers below.

Look, baseball’s a numbers game.

A 570-foot home run at age 15.

Thirty-one homers in 66 games.

First front cover at 16.

No. 1 overall draft pickMajors at 19.

Over 100 home runs as 34.

On-base percentage of .340, then .368, then .460.

Four-time all-star.

Leading 9.2 million ballots.

Thirty out of 30 MVP votes.

Chasing 762; 4,256; 2,297; 3,562.

You’re 220 at age 23.

But kid, just remember: No number sounds as good as this.

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