Washington Nationals: 5 Bold Predictions for Bryce Harper's Sophomore Season

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Washington Nationals: 5 Bold Predictions for Bryce Harper's Sophomore Season
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It's never too early to start making predictions for the 2013 MLB season, and where better to start than with arguably the most publicized player in the majors.

Washington Nationals rookie phenom Bryce Harper impressed in 2012, though he didn't exactly live up to the astronomical expectations.

In 533 at-bats, Harper compiled a line of .270/.340/.477 with 22 home runs, 59 RBI, nine triples and 18 stolen bases.

He's in line to likely win the National League Rookie of the Year, and will likely be expected to produce better numbers in his sophomore season.

The following predictions may be bold, but they aren't all that unrealistic.

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