Harper was in the minors for the Nationals first 20 games of the season, leaving another 142 to go for him to have his impact felt.
There is plenty of time left in the season for Harper to achieve greatness.
Prior to this season, between Single-A, Double-A and the Arizona Fall League, Harper played in a total of 134 games. He hit a total of 23 home runs, 30 doubles and stole 30 bases.
Although he will face big league pitchers, he has gained a valuable year of experience and maturity.
Reaching or surpassing these numbers is not out of the question.
Harper's limits are endless as long as he handles the pressure of being in the MLB as a full-time player.
It won't take Harper long to become adjusted to the MLB. He has waited his whole life for this opportunity.