Giants are the latest team to meet with Bryce Harper

Giants are the latest team to meet with Bryce Harper

Giants are the latest team to meet with Bryce Harper

While it's unclear if contract terms were discussed with Harper, it's hard to envision the Giants being in position to sign him to a long-term deal.

Miller adds that the Giants will meet with Harper this week, joining the race to sign the former MVP alongside Chicago White Sox, Philadelphia Phillies, San Diego Padres and Washington Nationals.

Judge played a single game in center field last season - though Harper could be a better fit given his range.

TMZ ended up catching up with Judge where they asked him about the possibility of bringing Harper into the lineup and if it would be a good idea.

"Wherever he wants to play, wherever he wants to play - we'll make it work", the two-time All-Star outfielder proclaimed Tuesday. "Obviously things happen that force Brian and his staff to pivot on certain things. But I think it's safe to assume that we're going to spring training with the team that we expect to have".

It has been a quiet winter in the Bay, with Derek Holland re-signing and Drew Pomeranz arriving as a free agent being the headline news. I am starting a petition for the other 28 teams in the Major League Baseball to offer this man a contract to keep him out of NY.

"You never say never with anything, but we're anticipating that we have a great team right now and feel like we have a complete team that's ready to go compete for a championship", the manager said. But neither figure may be attainable now, as Harper's only known offer (10 years, $300 million) came from the Nationals at the end of September.

"I got nothing", Judge said.

This past week, the hype surrounding Harper reached a tipping point when the popular video game "MLB The Show" released a tweet on Monday saying, "You'll want to keep an eye on this account tomorrow ... just saying".

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