I meant to post this earlier, but the hoopla of the Nats extra innings consumed me. While listening to Harper's debut game, another player was able to stand out... Randolph "The Groovin' Aruban" Oduber. He led off the first inning with a walk, then stole second to position himself for Bryce Harper to drive him in. Then the next time up, he singled. While he wasn't credited with them, he should have had two more stolen bases to his name. He stole third that frame, but the pitcher let the ball slip and it ended up being scored a WP. And then while on third, he was part of a double steal with Harper that had him end up at home (while Harper drew the out). Later in LF, he made what was described as a "Willie Mays like" catch by the Suns announcer (probably a little exaggeration there). I didn't realize this guy had so much speed and am really excited about his potential. He may be another candidate for leadoff one day along with Eury.