The falling value of MLB free agents is bad for Harper’s wallet, but could lead to the Nationals extending their World Series shot.
After Tommy John threatened his progress, the lefty is back in the bullpen mix.
Harper is swinging hard and hitting the ball harder — and it's only early March.
... and how Bryce Harper surprised Dave Martinez in Saturday's 8-1 win over the Astros.
Harper underwent a similar procedure in 2013.
Harper was scheduled to be the Nationals' designated hitter Wednesday.
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Washington needs to show its superstar the team is serious about the future.
Eaton’s impending return to the leadoff role, which depends on how he holds up after an injury spoiled his 2017 season, is music to Trea Turner and Bryce Harper’s ears.
SportsPulse: As Bryce Harper enters a contract year, the Nationals realize it's possibly now or never for a World Series run.
The Nationals outfielder is focused on one thing: winning games in 2018.
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The Marlins manager didn't appreciate Harper's comments about his team's cost-cutting moves.
Bryce Harper, the Washington Nationals’ right fielder, does not want to talk about his future. He is going to be a free agent come 2019, but the 25-year-old says he just wants to focus on his game this 2018 season. Despite that, there...Show More Summary
The Washington Nationals slugger is a pending free agent with a history of playoff failure, but he is demanding all of the focus to be on this season.
Miami manager Don Mattingly had some choice words for Bryce Harper, who questioned the Marlins offseason moves.
'There’s a guy like Jake Arrieta out there right now. I’d put him on my staff any day of the week,' the Nationals slugger said while discussing this year's tepid free agency market.
The Nationals star talked about everything Monday except his upcoming free agency.
Right fielder for the Washington Nationals, Bryce Harper, shared his thoughts on the upcoming Major League Baseball season.
Bryce Harper was an instant star. His older brother is still seeking to make the big-league roster, especially after missing the entire 2017 season following Tommy John surgery.