If it seems that we are only making progress in our sense of saga Bryce Harper this may be that that bids are still moving cautiously. We learned yesterday that the giants' interest extended to a ten-year contract, and today there is still talk in the morning, although it's fair to think about whether this movement has basically just created a scene for the last crazy hunt. Expects to sign a record contract, reports Bob Nightengale from USA Today. It remains to see where Harper landed and which entry (s) he would break, but Nightengale writes that the three original remaining applicants ̵
Agent Scott Boras is said to "roll back with other teams" to see if they want to intervene at the last moment. Probably this will include a phone call to citizens, Harper's only professional club for today and often meet with Boras's customers. At the moment, it is unknown whether other organizations will join in combination, or that the bids are reduced to the last three. Despite this, Nightengale offers, finally, the final stage of the process.
Here is a brief account of where the three above-mentioned primary applicants are based on reporting today:
- Phyllis ] "Still have the highest offer on the table" by Nightengale. According to Matt Breen from Philly.com yesterday, although the club is increasingly pessimistic about the star boarding. Phils hold the line for now, after Andy Martino from SNY.tv ( via Twitter ), with Harper, who wants to go past the Stanton warranty. Obviously, there is some tension between this report and the Nighthale organization's assessment of the readiness of organizations to set new markings in the water at the financial department.
- The Dodgers obviously do not want to go to the decade, As Buster Olney told ESPN.com yesterday on Twitter . However, they are ready to "destroy" AAV Grainec records, says Nightengale. It seems that the organization believes that it would have to renounce the term "at least ninety years", although this interest is largely unknown. Also, it is not known how high the Dodgers will go to the one-season AAB. It should be noted that the excluded exceptions would be even more important in this scenario, although it is still unclear how this might affect.
- As for giants