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Perhaps Bryce Harper's major league debut wasn't the best timing. But based on what we know about the 19-year-old prodigy, it might be perfect timing.
The president of the United States sat at a table across the room. George Clooney examined a bottle of wine a few tables away. Yet in the corner of the ballroom, Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo fidgeted with his iPhone.
A brief but uncharacteristic and untimely bout of wildness cost Gio Gonzalez.
In the late innings of Saturday night's game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Bryce Harper showed what he could do for the Washington Nationals during his major league debut.
Bryce Harper's first day in the major leagues came with all the hype one would expect for the player dubbed "Baseball's Chosen One" when he was only 16 years old.
The Washington Nationals were the recipients of three errors by the Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday night. Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw, the 2011 Cy Young Award winner, had no intention of being so charitable.
Bryce Harper joined the Nationals on Saturday night, and the general theme of his teammates, coaches and manager Davey Johnson was that baseball is just baseball.
The Washington Nationals didn't anticipate Bryce Harper's major league debut to come this quickly, this hurriedly and on a weekend series across the country. But already without their cleanup hitter and needing to put third baseman Ryan Zimmerman on the disabled list with right AC joint inflammation, the Nationals made the decision to call-up baseball's most hyped power-hitting prospect.
The Washington Nationals announced three roster moves on Friday.