Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper not getting traded

Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper not getting traded

Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper not getting traded

"Bryce is not going anywhere", it read. According to people familiar with the talks between those teams, the Nationals upgraded their offer for Realmuto this week and Miami rejected it anyway.

At least one team in touch with the Nationals heard the club had deals "lined up" for multiple players, including Bryce Harper, but got the sense ownership pulled the plug late last night.

Washington has been linked with Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto this summer, but the team now sits third in the National League East and behind five other teams for the final wild-card spot.

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Harper is hitting just.220 this season but has 25 homers and 62 RBI's. Feinsand says Harper is owed around $7 million for the remainder of the season.

ESPN's Buster Olney is among those who firmly believe the Nats could move Harper before the deadline. They have been in contact with other teams. Early speculation suggested big-market teams such as the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers could have the most interest in the free-agent-to-be. The rest of the Nationals roster hasn't fared much better. That said, ownership does, you know, own the thing, and they have a different set of priorities sometimes.

They have until 4 p.m. Washington is 5 1/2 games out of first place in the NL East, with Stephen Strasburg on the disabled list and the clubhouse in disarray.

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