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MLB Spring Training: Each Team's Top Prospect Who Won't Make Opening Day Roster

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MLB Spring Training: Each Team's Top Prospect Who Won't Make Opening Day Roster
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Bryce Harper has dazzled scouts and fans alike already this spring, showing incredible power, exciting speed, and all-out hustle.

Ask Nationals manager Davey Johnson and he'll tell you Harper simply doesn't get tired.

Try and try as he may, though, it's very unlikely that Harper travels north with the Nationals when spring training ends, for the simple fact that he might benefit from some additional time spent down in the minors working on a few things. Plate patience for one. Base-running for another. And don't forget that the Nationals have a $100 million man blocking him in right field.

Harper isn't the only prospect star that won't be heading north with his respective squad, though.

Let's see who will join him back in the minors to start the 2012 season.

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