For the San Francisco Giants reliever, Hunter Strickland, the fight he had with Bryce Harper last season is a thing of the past, and still, Strickland is very clear about what he expects his team to do with Harper in the near future.
The gaps in the San Francisco outfields and their intention to stay below the salary cap, it is enough for some people to suggest that it is in the team's intention to seek for the signature of Harper in the next free agency.
And Strickland has it very clear; he would love to see Harper playing at the bay of San Francisco, according to Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle:
Go for it. If he could make a difference, if he can help us, let’s go get him. We’re here to win
The fight between both brought a suspension for the two players and sadly ended with the career of Michael Morse after a hard accidental clash with Jeff Samardzija.
According to Schulman, Harper wouldn't any problem either with playing for with Hunter Strickland and for the Giants either, making San Francisco a serious candidate to land Harper's signature next offseaon.