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The Nats land Kelvin Herrera. The Braves could’ve used him

The Nats land Kelvin Herrera. The Braves could’ve used him

Stephen Strasburg is still on the disabled list and Bryce Harper is still hitting .212, but the Washington Nationals got better Monday. (Even on a day when they technically split with the Yankees, though the first game was a resumption of a suspended one.) The Nats remain 3 ½ games behind the Atlanta Braves in the National League East, but they have the closer they’ve lacked … oh, forever.
Call to the Pen Jun 18, 2018

Washington Nationals: Why is Bryce Harper struggling and is it hurting his value?

Bryce Harper is in the midst of one of his career-worst slumps. With his highly anticipated free agency looming after this season, how far down is his value going? Even the best players in baseball have off days, off weeks and sometimes offseasons. For one reason or another, the tools they rely on aren’t getting […] Washington Nationals: Why is Bryce Harper struggling and is it hurting his value? - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Pinstripe Alley Jun 19, 2018
NYY News: Harper, shave those sideburns!

NYY News: Harper, shave those sideburns!

Harper gets a shave; Frazier to cover for Gardner’s bad knee; Yankees trade with the Mariners a lot; Ross’ and Hamels’ stock on the ride New York Daily News | Mark Fischer: When Bryce Harper arrived at Nationals Park yesterday, he sent shockwaves through the baseball media world. He appeared clean-shaven, a noticeable departure from his signature bearded look. On any other day, this is a player searching for a creative way to bust out of a slump. It just so happened that the Yankees were in town. You know, the team with the strict facial hair policy. Interesting! No, he isn’t...

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