Found November 23, 2011 on
Above, video of Bryce Harper taking grounders for fun at third base during Arizona Fall League. Watch the magic as Harper fields the ball cleanly, then airmails the throw to first. Look out Ryan Zimmerman and Anthony Rendon?
Meanwhile, required reading today over at Nats Insider, where Mark Zuckerman gives a refresher course on Super Two status rules and the impact MLB's new CBA could have on the timing of Bryce Harper's arrival in Washington.
We're still banking on Opening Day.
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