Bryce Harper was hitting just.250/.333/.375 at Triple-A Syracuse. In that sense, calling him up, as Washington Nationals GM Mike Rizzo just announced his team will do, might seem premature. Harper is only 19 years old, and the extra learning time probably couldn’t hurt, but think of the decision in these terms:
The Nationals find themselves leading the National League East, pushed along by a terrific pitching staff despite a weak offense.
As much as we've anticipated Bryce Harper getting called up to the majors, we apparently weren't as excited as Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo. Whatever plan he had just got tossed out the window in a desperate hope ... Read Post
Bryce Harper, the Washington Nationals’ youngest outfielder, has an attitude. Manager Mike Rizzo, told the Washington Post that, “there’s a cocky bone in there, and there’s an ego bone. And there are other bones….but there’s not a... Read Post