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Sacramento Bee Feb 20, 2017

For Werth, 'whole thing kind of hangs' on deal's final year

Bryce Harper had not yet turned 10 when Jayson Werth made his major league debut, batting ninth and getting a pair of hits. A decade and a half later, the …
Chicago Sun-Times Feb 19, 2017
Nats’ Dusty Baker on Cubs title, Aroldis Chapman, Bryce Harper

Nats’ Dusty Baker on Cubs title, Aroldis Chapman, Bryce Harper

Did watching the Cubs break a 108-year title drought take Dusty Baker back to his time on the North Side? “I try not to go back,” he said.
Chicago Sun-Times Feb 19, 2017
Bryce Harper on Cubs: ‘We want to be the team knocking them out’

Bryce Harper on Cubs: ‘We want to be the team knocking them out’

Struggles? Bryce Harper is done with 2016. The Nats' 24-year-old superstar, already entering his sixth big-league season, isn’t worried about a thing.
SportsNet New York Feb 19, 2017

Bryce Harper not worried about Mets or Noah Syndergaard's Instagram comment

Bryce Harper does not appear to appreciate Noah Syndergaard's "douche" comment on Instagram.
CSN Washington Feb 18, 2017

Bryce Harper knows why he didn't play well, but he won't specify why

Bryce Harper struggled by his standards in 2016 and he says he know why it happened last year. While it was rumored last season that
ESPN Feb 18, 2017

Bryce Harper says he's over 2016; maybe it's time to start listening

Bryce Harper says he's over 2016; maybe it's time to start listening
New York Post Feb 18, 2017
Bryce Harper isn’t laughing off Syndergaard’s ‘douche’ rip

Bryce Harper isn’t laughing off Syndergaard’s ‘douche’ rip

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – The Mets’ rivalry with the Nationals got that much juicier Saturday thanks to Bryce Harper. When asked about Noah Syndergaard’s Instagram comment from New Year’s Eve – Thor dropped the “Douche’’ hammer on Harper — Harper responded with these serious words at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches: “I don’t...
Outside Pitch Feb 18, 2017

Washington Nationals lineup: Daniel Murphy the best clean-up option

The 2017 Washington Nationals lineup offers few surprises. We know the players. Only the place each will hit remains questionable. When it comes to the clean-up spot, the Nationals seem to have two choices: Daniel Murphy or Bryce Harper. Harper may look like the more obvious choice. He has a better track record of hitting […] The post Washington Nationals lineup: Daniel Murphy the best clean-up option appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Sacramento Bee Feb 18, 2017

Harper won't elaborate on 'exactly why' 2016 was down year

Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper says he knows "exactly why" his production dipped last season from his MVP-winning performance a year earlier — but he did not elaborate. Harper met …
Boston Herald Feb 18, 2017
Harper won't elaborate on 'exactly why' 2016 was down year

Harper won't elaborate on 'exactly why' 2016 was down year

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper says he knows "exactly why" his production dipped last season from his MVP-winning performance a year earlier — but he did not elaborate.Harper met with reporters Saturday, the day before Washington's first official full-squad workout of spring training.After saying he did know what happened to make him go from the youngest unanimous MVP in baseball history in 2015, to a .243 hitter in 2016, Harper evaded questions that tried to pin him down on the reasons.He spoke about "staying in the lineup" last season as if it were...
Outside Pitch Feb 15, 2017

Nationals Park got the best of Bryce Harper in 2016

Bryce Harper did not enjoy his 2016 season as much as some of his teammates. His career low .243 batting average stood out as an infected wound on the young star’s attempt to repeat as MVP. While he did post some other All-Star worthy number, the Washington Nationals outfielder struggled regularly. The slumping was evident […] The post Nationals Park got the best of Bryce Harper in 2016 appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
New York Post Feb 15, 2017
Nationals’ risky closer void, and every MLB team’s big question

Nationals’ risky closer void, and every MLB team’s big question

PORT ST. LUCIE — Who will be the Nationals’ closer? That, as pitchers and catchers roll into 30 different camps, stands out as the most important dilemma that any team must solve. The Nats are an all-in club with a tight window; Bryce Harper and Daniel Murphy can both be free agents after next season. Yet...

Did Joe Maddon break Bryce Harper?

Did Joe Maddon break Bryce Harper?

Bryce Harper is spending one of his few days before Spring Training at WWE Raw

Nationals' position players are due to report on Saturday

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