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1 year agoWashington Nationals owner Mark Lerner virtually ruled out the team re-signing outfielder Bryce Harper on Friday. The Nats offered Harper a 10-year, $300 million deal on the last day of the regular season and are unlikely to make another offer after he rejected it for a shot at the free-agent market. "Well, when we met with them and we gave them the offer, we told them, 'This is the best we can do.' We went right to the finish line very quickly,' Lerner said. Lerner spoke of Harper in the past tense during his interview. If he doesn't return, the Nationals project to have an outfield of Adam Eaton, Juan Soto, Michael Taylor and Victor Robles in 2019. The Nationals probably wouldn't have the money to make Harper a better offer after they just signed starting pitcher Patrick Corbin this week. "It very well may be," Lerner said. "We'll have to sit down and figure it out. If he comes back, it's a strong possibility that we won't be able to make it work. But I really don't expect him to come back at this point."--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: 106.7 The Fan - Chris Lingebach

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