Ken Griffey Jr.
Bryce Harper was one of the many Nationals stars to shine his light on NatsFest Saturday and pay a visit to 106.7 The Fan’s Holden and Danny, where he shared the enviable stories of being able to exchange words, and even memorabilia, with some baseball legends.
In the months since he has joined the Major League ranks, Bryce Harper has proven to be far more humble than many expected. After saying Chipper Jones’ career numbers are far more deserving of the final All-Star vote than his own season stats, a brief look at other storied teenaged seasons might just reaffirm that thought.
At the mid-point between the start of spring training and an April 5 opener, pieces are falling into place nicely for the Nationals, even without Bryce Harper.