WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- The MLB's All-Star Week is headed to Washington, D.C. in less than a month, and the league offices have reportedly approached Bryce Harper about participating in this year's Home Run Derby.
Since his MLB debut, Harper has proven himself to be "baseball's Lebron James".
Especially after making history last season hitting a homerun in every NL park, there's no question why the MLB is shopping this star.
Although Harper has not officially confirmed whether or not he will participate, he promised that he would do it for the fans at his home field.
After turning down the opportunity last season , "Absolutely next year I will be in it in D.C. in the nation's capital and it will be a lot of fun to do it in front of my hometown crowd", Harper said.