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Harper not interested in Trout comparisons
“Not at all, because I know I’m a damn good player, and he is, too,” Harper said before the Nationals opened their three-game series against the Angels on Monday. “We’re going to roll through baseball over the next 20 years, hopefully, and make people turn their heads.” Read full article here.
Special occasion when Trout, Harper intersect
WASHINGTON — Mike Trout and Bryce Harper may be inextricably linked, now and for some time to come, as phenoms of the same generation. But they are distinctly different people.
The two players met in a regular-season game for the first time Monday night, an Interleague matchup with Trout’s Angels defeating Harper’s Nationals, 4-2, at Nationals Park.
This was, not unexpectedly, the primary pregame topic at Nationals Park, and comparisons between the two players were inevitable, even though very possibly misplaced.
“It’s not like he’s a pitcher. He’s an outfielder, we can’t really compete against each other,” Trout said of Harper. “We’re both trying to get hits. For my game, when I try to do too much, that’s when I get in trouble. ” Read full article here.
Nationals manager Williams doesn’t have team focused on details yet
Wasn’t the Nationals’ change in managers supposed to solve the problem?
The Nats would be disciplined. The Nats would pay attention to detail. The Nats would fulfill their potential.
Well, the Nats still don’t appear to have caught on – and the problem goes beyond Bryce “Nothing But Hustle” Harper. Read full article here.
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