After moving on from Bryce Harper and a rough start to the season, the Washington Nationals recovered and will be playing in October. The team clinched a wild-card berth Tuesday with a win over Harper’s Phillies. He reportedly turned down a 10-year offer to stay in Washington and signed a 13-year, $330 million deal with the Phillies this past offseason. With the Nationals heading to the postseason after losing its biggest star, SI Now’s Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell discuss the contrast in seasons.

September 25, 2019

After moving on from Bryce Harper and a rough start to the season, the Washington Nationals recovered and will be playing in October. The team clinched a wild-card berth Tuesday with a win over Harper’s Phillies. He reportedly turned down a 10-year offer to stay in Washington and signed a 13-year, $330 million deal with the Phillies this past offseason. With the Nationals heading to the postseason after losing its biggest star, SI Now’s Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell discuss the contrast in seasons.

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