Overall, I think most Washington Nationals’ fans are pleased with how Bryce Harper preformed in 2011. The nation’s No. 1 overall draft pick in the 2010 MLB draft played well with the Class A Hagerstown Suns, batting.318-14-46 before being promoted to Double A Harrisburg Senators, where the 18-year-old batted.256/.329/.395, with three home runs, before a minor injury ended his season early.
2011 MLB Mock Draft Gives Washington Nationals CF Bubba Starling With 6th Overall Pick Washington has added two of the best draft prospects in history in each of the last two years with Stephen Strasburg in 2009 and Bryce Harper in ... Read Post
When Bryce Harper was chosen by the Washington Nationals as the first overall pick in the 2010 MLB draft, he had played for most of his amateur career as a catcher. In just three-plus years, it's safe to say he's picked up the nuanc... Read Post