Some of their peers have another word for the two outfielders -- overrated.
Harper was the 2012 NL rookie of the year, helping the Nationals to the franchise's first playoff berth in more than 30 years with 144 hits, 22 home runs, 59 runs batted in, 98 runs scored and a .270 batting average.
He played in 26 fewer games in 2013, but many of his numbers remained largely similar: 116 hits, 20 home runs, 58 RBIs, 71 runs scored and a .274 batting average. But the Nationals missed the playoffs with an 86-76 record and Harper's season might be most remembered for a collision with the outfield wall at
Puig was No. 2 in NL rookie-of-the-year voting last season. He helped spark an incredible Dodgers run that didn't end until the NL Championship Series, with 122 hits, 19 home runs, 42 RBIs, 66 runs scored and a .319 batting average in 104 games.
But Puig slumped in
What do you think? Who is baseball's most overrated player?