Dec 3, 2009, 6:50 PM EDT
Bryce Harper, who has long been viewed as the top talent in the 2010 draft, received his GED results on Wednesday and passed with “flying colors,” his junior college coach told Baseball America.
Harper left high school early in an effort to clear the way for him to sign a professional contract next year. He’ll be draft eligible as a 17-year-old, and he should be taken by the Nationals with the first overall pick unless his bonus demands get in the way.
- Michael Wacha cleared to return Saturday vs. Reds 0
- Marlins officially shut down Giancarlo Stanton for the season 3
- Umpire Joe West suspended for one game for his part in the Jonathan Papelbon incident 51
- And That Happened: Tuesday’s scores and highlights 81
- Jose Altuve breaks Craig Biggio’s franchise record, tallying his 211th hit of the season 12
- Orioles beat Blue Jays to clinch AL East title 38
- Tanner Roark dominates as Nationals clinch NL East 22
- Masahiro Tanaka to pitch on Sunday 11
- Chris Davis suspended 25 games for amphetamine use (92)
- A few thoughts about the discrimination lawsuit against the Mets (91)
- Giancarlo Stanton diagnosed with multiple facial fractures and dental damage (91)
- Bud Selig can’t remember the last domestic violence incident in Major League Baseball (88)
- A couple of initial thoughts on the Chris Davis suspension (83)