Philadelphia Phillies confirm Bryce Harper’s 2023 MLB future after losing World Series

Philadelphia Phillies confirm Bryce Harper’s 2023 MLB future after losing World Series

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The team’s president of basketball operations, Dave Dombrowski, has revealed what will happen to his designated hitter next season.

Bryce Harper, designated hitter for the Philadelphia Phillies
© Timothy Nwachukwu/Getty ImagesBryce Harper, designated hitter for the Philadelphia Phillies

After a 2022 World Series which made him live sweet and pleasant moments, Philadelphia Phillies communicated a painful decision to one of its top stars in Major League Baseball (MLB)as right fielder Bryce Harper.

At the start of last season, the 30-year-old, who has nine years left with the Pennsylvania team, with a salary of $196 millionsuffered a broken right elbow which, thanks to his rehabilitation, allowed him to continue harvesting, but as Designated hitter.

That’s why the Phillies, through their president of baseball operations, Dave Dombrowskicommunicated what will happen to Harper for MLB 2023, and the news is not very encouraging for Philadelphia.

Phillies decision with Harper for 2023 MLB

The manager announced that the player must submit, the next Wednesday, November 23to surgery on his ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow, which creates uncertainty for the next campaign.

Because in the absence of official confirmation from the Phillies, it is necessary to know if the procedure will be a Tommy John surgery or not, what could compromising Harper’s presence in the 2023 MLB season.

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