The Dodgers have held a sit-down with free agent superstar Bryce Harper, according to a report from Tim Brown and Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports.
This winter's Major League Baseball free agency class has been talked about for a long time, mainly because of the presence of Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper.
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The possibility of the Dodgers entering the Harper sweepstakes has always been the one great wild card to what has been baseball's most anticipated free agency in almost two decades, and the news of their involvement comes less than a week before the start of baseball's annual Winter Meetings - which, by happenstance, will be held in Las Vegas.
Harper naturally isn't as vocal in the video in which Nelly begs the Cardinals' front office to sign him. Sure, he's had two seasons where he batted in the.240s that were cut short by injuries, but few players in the world can match his skill and potential.