WASHINGTON — Bryce Harper’s contract year isn’t to blame for his recent slump. Not according to Scott Boras. “No,” said the superagent on Tuesday when asked if the impending free agency of the Washington Nationals star was contributing to his struggles at the plate. Boras, who was in town for the introduction of client Mason Denaburg (Washington’s first-round pick), expounded by saying that Harper’s uncharacteristically low batting average isn’t necessarily a good indicator of his performance at the plate. “I look at metrics about how hard you’re hitting the ball, and what you’re doing with the pitches that you can

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