Let’s PLEASE not forget about Harper’s miniscule 0.9 OWAR…
On a team 29 games ABOVE .500, nonetheless.
Mike Trout’s OWAR is 6.3, that’s the highest in the American League and 2nd in all of Major League Baseball, just in case you were wondering.
If you believe OWAR to be the best statistic in which to determine a player’s value to his team, and most do nowadays, then Bryce Harper is about as valuable to the Nationals success as Roger Bernadina.
And Bernadina’s batting average is .50 higher than Harper’s, in case you were wondering.
Harper an all-star?
That’s a clown question, bro.
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- nosebleedhooligans said: he’s 19 bro. Besides, the All Star games is like the first half all stars it’s pretty much for entertainment only. When we get like 88 all stars in one season you know it’s just for fun haha but yeah he’s getting way to much pub for being mediocre.
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