As the Washington Nationals report to Spring Training, they face two starkly different possible futures: one with, and one without their superstar outfielder Bryce Harper.
After another painfully slow MLB offseason, in which the two biggest free agent stars are still without homes just two weeks before Spring Training, rumors started swirling Tuesday morning that the wait may soon be ending, at least for Bryce Harper.
The surprisingly bare free agent market for Bryce Harper and Manny Machado may mean that neither player lands the deal he expected. Could there be a different kind of offer that makes sense for both the players and the teams?
Two generational talents just entering the prime of their careers are available in free agency. Why aren’t more teams trying to sign them?
“I can’t really stand here and say it’s going to be ‘farewell’ or anything like that, because nobody knows. Nobody knows what this offseason holds,” Bryce Harper said Wednesday. See photos.
Bryce Harper explains his thoughts on the season and his future in an exclusive conversation with The Sports Capitol, shared here with WTOP. He’s open to a return, which assures nothing.
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