Published: Thu, February 07, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Bryce Harper meets with San Francisco Giants executives

Bryce Harper meets with San Francisco Giants executives

Despite that, superstar Aaron Judge continues to campaign for Bryce Harper to end up in pinstripes.

The field competing for Bryce Harper's services may have at least one fresh suitor in the Giants, who recently met with the outfielder as part of a late effort to gauge the possibility of signing him, according to NBC Sports and MLB Network. "Wherever he wants to play".

Harper is also coming off the most frustrating season of his career as he posted a.249 batting average, but still led the majors in walks (130) and recorded a solid.393 on-base percentage.

Harper remains a free agent and is looking to command a lucrative, long-term deal that could reach $300 million over 10 years.

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"Anytime you can add an MVP to a team, it's going to make them better", Judge explained.

With both of these high-caliber players asking for multi-year deals, teams need to have plenty of cap space to sign them. (16:00) Is the Nationals offer to Harper still on the table? According to MLB Network, at least eight teams have the 2018 Home Run Derby victor on their radar. Although Judge made it clear that he's willing to move around to make room for the Nationals star.

As a Nats fan, I have come to grips with the reality that the potential Hall of Famer will be leaving Washington soon. But if the Yankees' front office decides to spend more this offseason, the team could get behind Judge's philosophy and find a way to make it work with Harper in the Bronx.

The Yankees, fresh off an American League Division Series loss to the eventual World Series champion Boston Red Sox, have been rumored at times this offseason to be trying to pursue either Harper or Manny Machado.

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