It is going to be expensive for the Washington Nationals to lock up their young superstar, Bryce Harper, after a breakout season made him the youngest unanimous most valuable player in baseball history. Harper will make $5 million in 2016, is eligible for arbitration beginning in 2017 and doesn’t become a free agent unti..
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