Juan-derful: Juan Soto Ready to March in Washington


The Bearded One left a long and imposing shadow during his playing days at Nationals Park. By all accounts, Bryce Harper was the greatest player in the history of the Washington Nationals. And, folks, he has the second biggest contract in baseball history to back up that claim (13 years at $330 million) when he signed a free-agent deal with the Phillies in late February. Harper, after seven years with the Nationals, established his legacy with 184 home runs, 521 runs batted in and lifetime mark of .279 at the plate. Oh, yes, he also was named the National League…

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Chris Stevens

Chris Stevens is a writer in Midland, Mich., who has covered the Class A Great Lakes Loons, a Dodgers farm club.

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