With Bryce Harper entering free agency a year from now, the Nationals will be at the center of the offseason stage.
Since entering the majors as a 19-year-old in 2012, he has batted.285 with a an OPS of.902.
The powerful sports agent said he and the Nationals have not talked about an extension for Anthony Rendon, either.
The MLB offseason is coming up quickly and the Boston Red Sox are looking to make some big moves to get back to the top of the American League. There are a few needs that the Red Sox will have to focus on this offseason, but they could...Show More Summary
Bryce Harper is one of the best players in baseball and is expected to get paid as such next offseason. He has another year committed to the Washington Nationals, but rumors are already flying about where he could end up when free agency comes around. Show More Summary
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History of injuries gives pause to the idea of offering historic money, thought Stephen Strasburg shows how quickly narratives can change.
Harper was asked about his thoughts on the upcoming Cubs-Dodgers series by an unidentified reporter.
The clock is ticking, and the alarm is about to go off before Harper becomes a free agent after 2018
Back in 2012, Nationals’ star Bryce Harper’s “clown question, bro” response to a Canadian reporter who asked him about celebratory beer (Harper has stated that he doesn’t drink thanks to his Mormon faith, and he was 19 at the time, legal...Show More Summary
'For him to be able to cowboy up tonight and do his job... shows how much of a great teammate he is,' Bryce Harper said.
Morse might've saved Bryce Harper's season while ending his own during Memorial Day brawl this year.
Dusty Baker made some lineup changes ahead of Game 4, but they were not drastic.
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In the 26 innings that aren’t the eighth of Game 2, in which Bryce Harper and Ryan Zimmerman launched series-altering home runs, the Nationals are hitting just.083.
Carl Edwards Jr., a right-hander, gave up the big home run to Bryce Harper
Lind's leadoff single in the eighth inning in his first career playoff at-bat started the Nationals' five-run rally.
The Nationals, who lost the Game 1, were losing again to the Cubs, 3-1, and down to their final five outs until Bryce Harper stepped to the plate.
The Nats were in deep trouble in Game 2 against the Cubs before Bryce Harper and Ryan Zimmerman went deep.
Washington’s young star was made for the moment. Its veteran, Ryan Zimmerman, also had a strong audition.