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1 year agoThe Washington Nationals offered free-agent outfielder Bryce Harper an "aggressive" long-term deal on the last day of the regular season, but he predictably turned it down. The offer included no opt-outs and was for less than the $400 million some have speculated that Harper could receive on the open market, according to a person with direct knowledge who would not disclose the exact terms of the offer. General manager Mike Rizzo said "we took advantage of our exclusivity late in the season" but "couldn't reach a deal." The Nationals aren't out of the picture, but teams like the Cardinals, Giants and Phillies have far more money to spend, and the Nats typically don't like to get into bidding wars for players. The former MVP had a down year batting average-wise, but he could easily bounce back in 2019 wherever he is playing.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: The Washington Post - Chelsea Janes

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