Bryce Harper leads the National League with 19 home runs and is on pace for 98 runs and 102 RBIs, but he's hitting just .217 for the Washington Nationals.

Harper hit .315 with eight home runs in his first 17 games, but is hitting .188/.308/.392 since.

He was expected to command a $400 million contract as a free agent, but his value may be decreasing.

Harper is pulling more ground balls, his walk rate has decreased and his chase rate is up this season.