The superstar outfielder is staying in the NL East, signing with the Phillies on a baseball-record 13-year, $330 million contract, The Post's Joel Sherman confirmed.
According to The Associated Press, the agreement is subject to a successful physical.
Back on September 26 of 2018, Harper turned down the 10-year, $300 million qualifying offer that the Washington Nationals put on the table for him.
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The Phillies reportedly will sign Harper to a the largest contract in North American sports history.
Harper gets a $20 million signing bonus, a $10 million salary this year, $26 million in each of the following nine seasons and $22 million in each of the last three years. MLB Network and ESPN reported that the deal includes a full no-trade clause, no opt-outs and no deferred money. They also gave ace Aaron Nola a $45 million, four-year deal. He wasn't thrilled about going to the Phillies. but finally he goes there.
Harper's best season thus far came in 2015 when he lead the National League in home runs with 43, and topped all of baseball with a 1.109 OPS and a 9.3 WAR, en route to collecting the Most Valuable Player award.
Harper had been in late negotiations with Philadelphia, the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants. The six-time All-Star and 2015 NL MVP has never gotten past the divisional round of the postseason. Over his career he has hit.279 with 184 home runs and 521 RBIs.