Found February 17, 2012 on
Eff it, I’ll get in the hype circle and mosh around a little. Bryce Harper wasn’t listed in my top 300 for 2012 fantasy baseball. He wasn’t listed in my top 80 outfielders for 2012 fantasy baseball. I did drop a Bryce Harper fantasy on you for a rookie nookie outlook thingie-ma-whosie-boobie. He wasn’t included in my (fill-in any other URL link to another page — matter of fact, just click around the site. Each click brings in 1/18th of a penny revenue! Look, ma, I just made half a nickel!) I don’t think we see Bryce Harper to start the year. I’m not even sure if we see Bryce Harper by June. I don’t think so. As said in my Harper post, “I’m guessing (he shows up in the majors) some time after July 1st as the team starts to fade and they need to pull the ol’ “Hey, look at this new shiny toy” trick. Guess it’s better than the ol’ “Shine a flashlight on a wall” trick, unless you’re trying to get Pedroia to crash into a wall. Harper was signed by the Nats
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On this week’s episode of the Call To The Bullpen MLB Podcast, Corey and I kick things off by discussing Bryce Harper.
Should the Nationals play him Opening Day? Should he start out in AAA? Should he wait until June? We cover all angles.
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