Clown question bro.
Bryce Harper did not disappoint as a Washington Nationals as he was named an All-Star in six of his seven seasons, and in the 2015 season was absolutely dominant winning the National League MVP where he led the NL in bWAR (10.0) and was the leader in Home Runs (42), On Base Percentage (.460) and Slugging Percentage (.649). As this list tries to reward monster campaigns with the same level as longevity, the first ever Expos/Nationals MVP deserves this and he also brings a lot of fans to the ballpark, which let’s face it, only a handful of players can claim to be legitimate draws on their own.
While Harper was a National, he was one of the most dynamic and popular players in baseball. It was the work he did in Washington that landed him the gigantic contract with the Philadelphia Phillies and while he is no longer with the Nats his work there should never be forgotten.
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