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Bryce Harper (LF,CF,RF)

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Bryce Harper News & Advice

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MLB.com | Mar 1st, 9:24pm
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper made it clear Sunday what he wants to see change this season. He wants to improve his numbers from last year. He wants to stay injury-free. He wants to get better at the plate.
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SoCalledFanEx | Feb 27th, 4:00pm
The following is an excerpt from the Fantasy Baseball Black Book 2015 Edition. Joe Pisapia is the creator of the Fantasy Black Book series and Relative Position Value (RPV). The Fantasy Baseball Black Book has been ranked No. 1 in “Fantasy Sports” on the Kindle Store for four straight years and for “Baseball Statistics” in […] The post Will Bryce Harper Ever Become ‘Bryce...
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Baseball Professor | Feb 27th, 10:00am
No one denies Bryce Harper's potential, but will he avoid injury long enough for you to cash in on it?
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numberFire | Feb 26th, 3:23pm
Bryce Harper thinks the Nationals are a lock for the World Series. Do our algorithms agree?
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ESPN | Feb 26th, 5:18am
Bryce Harperarrived to spring training Wednesday with the confidence befitting a defending World Series champion, saying he was excited at the chance to "bring a title back to D.C. and hoist that trophy over the monuments."
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MLB.com | Feb 26th, 12:00am
Outfielder Bryce Harper badly wants to help the Nationals win a World Series title. In fact, Harper sounded pretty confident Wednesday afternoon that the Nationals could go all the way this year. It helps that the team signed right-hander Max Scherzer to a long-term deal.
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RotoBaller | Feb 25th, 8:55pm
CURRENT ADP: 33 RANKINGS STATUS: Overvalued  ANALYSIS: If you guessed that this article is about how Bryce Harper has yet to live up to the hype, you’re right! He is a .270 hitter that can’t stay on the field (139 games in 2012, 118 in 2013, and 100 last year), has never hit 25 HR, and is currently being way […]
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Rotoworld | Feb 25th, 7:39pm
Nationals manager Matt Williams said Wednesday that it's "safe to say" Bryce Harper will "most likely hit somewhere in the middle of our lineup."