Giants enter Bryce Harper sweepstakes

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It is believed that Harper would sign the richest deal in Major League Baseball history. Harper is obviously a special case, and the Giants' weak outfield meant they were considered a contender for the former National in the past. However, Judge is apparently willing to make some concessions if the Yankees decide to make a late run at Harper and get him in pinstripes. "Asked by TMZ Sports in a brief red-carpet interview this week, (Aaron) Judge said any time a team can add a player of Harper's caliber, it "is going to make them better".

But free agency has stalled to an absurd degree, and Zaidi said a few weeks ago that the Giants may circle back on high profile players as the market continues to shrink. The Phillies and Nationals the teams that could give Harper what he wants.

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It's still probably a safe assumption that Harper will take the most money on the table. "We'll make it work". Jim Bowden of ESPN reported earlier this week that "there are indeed 'mystery team (s)' in on Bryce Harper that the public is not aware of" along with the known pursuers: the Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago White Sox, San Diego Padres and maybe Washington Nationals. After signing former Gold Glove award victor Troy Tulowitzki and DJ Lemahieu, the Yankees do not look like they will be signing Machado. Harper hasn't received his desired record-setting offer, and San Francisco is likely exploring the possibility of inking him to a shorter contract. The Yankees may have one more move up their sleeve and this move has to be a pitcher.

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