Bryce Harper has become one of the most likable players in baseball, but that does not mean he is a star just yet. Last season he was selected to the All-Star Game as an injury replacement, and this season he will be making another appearance, but this time it is as a starter.
This was a huge surprise, since Harper has missed 31 games due to injury, and when healthy, has struggled to produce at the plate. In his limited amounts of at-bats (178), he is only hitting .281 with 13 home runs and 29 RBIs.
Bryce Harper is going to be one of the biggest stars in the game, and a fixture in the All-Star Game for years, but right now is not his time. With Carlos Gomez and Michael Cuddyer both having career years and producing at an incredibly high level, Harper does not deserve to be starting in the All-Star Game.
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