Harper meets Dodgers, up to 11 teams waiting

Silvia Morton
December 7, 2018

However, according to the report, the Dodgers aren't the only team sending local celebrities to woo Harper. We asked him what he thought about Bryce Harper joining the Cardinals after Nelly's pitch to land Harper Monday. With news breaking that Magic Johnson, the partial owner and the full face of the franchise, traveling to Las Vegas to meet with Harper himself, the dreams may very well be coming true.

At just 26 years of age, the former National League Rookie of the Year, MVP and six-time All-Star is one of the youngest superstars to ever hit the open market. Dewitt said last month that the team is in a position to offer a mega contract to the likes of Harper or Manny Machado.

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As was alluded to, Johnson now serves as the president of basketball operations for the team he won five NBA Championships with, the Los Angeles Lakers.

Harper, a free-agent outfielder and Las Vegas native, was in Sin City on Saturday night for a concert featuring Florida Georgia Line and Nelly, a St. Louisan and outspoken Cardinals fan.

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