In Major League Baseball, as in life, timing can be everything. And timing certainly worked out for both the Washington Nationals and highly touted prospect Bryce Harper. The Nationals announced on Friday that Harper would make his highly anticipated major-league debut on Saturday night at Dodger Stadium. Not since April 1989, when young Ken Griffey Jr. made his debut for the Seattle Mariners at the same tender age of 19, has the baseball world seen such a buzz centered on any one prospect.
The Washington Nationals have announced that Bryce Harper will make his Major League debut Saturday in Los Angeles versus the Dodgers. Harper will take the roster spot of third baseman Ryan Zimmerman after he's placed on the 15-day ... Read Post
The future of baseball has arrived. With the Saturday debuts of highly touted prospects Bryce Harper and Mike Trout, both the American League and National League are entering a new era. Obviously it's tough to put such lofty expecta... Read Post