Bryce Harper Wants Giancarlo Stanton to Play for the Nats, Forgets About Current Right Fielder

Screen Shot 2012-11-14 at 8.49.20 AMPhoto: Beau Phillips

You’re not the only one who, when the Marlins sold off their franchise yesterday, thought that Giancarlo Stanton would make a good fit for your team. One Washington National, one Mr. Bryce Harper, Brycecakes, also felt that way, and he let Giancarlo know about it on the Twitters:

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Besides that being the fruitiest Tweet of all-time, let's talk about the possibility of the Marlins trading Stanton, too: The fact of the matter is, Stanton makes less than a million dollars and won’t be arbitration eligible until 2014. If the Marlins want their attendance numbers to soar into the tens next year, then keeping Stanton around might be a good idea. After that, however… well, I’m sure the fish will be biting.

When asked for comment about Harper’s Tweet, Jayson Werth, the Nats' current right fielder, the same position that Stanton plays, offered only the following:

image from mobilwi.typepad.com

Poor guy.

8 Comments

  1. That shirt… Pot = Kettle

  2. and we will take back J Werth

  3. time to open the closet door

    November 14, 2012 at 9:26 am

    any excuse for you to bring up your two favorite gay fantasy men – Harper and Werth –

  4. Aww poor Jayson Werth. They would be better off with Stanton. Then again, why aren’t the Phillies pushing hard for him?

  5. candy from the oak

  6. JT, let’s hang out and do the hibbitty skippity doo bop, if you know what i mean…. Also I will play bryce’s harp if you know what i mean….

  7. Fuck that GIF of Werth. Slows the piss out of my browser when I’m trying to scroll.

  8. You are all idiots

    November 19, 2012 at 9:06 am

    What does this have to do with Philly sports? You weirdo fucking loser.

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