The Post columnist says now that the contract issues are behind him, Washington's star outfielder can turn his attention to spring training.
Harper, who skipped NatsFest, hopes now to plan an event with the Nationals in which he visits Washington to meet with fans.
The Nationals avoided a potentially contentious hearing with their star player by coming to terms on a 2015 salary.
Harper and the Nationals have an arbitration grievance hearing scheduled for Tuesday in New York.
If the two sides don't settle before Tuesday, they will present their cases before a three-person panel in New York.
Also, more on interest in Ross Detwiler and the Nationals may trade a reliever before a starter.
it's time for the two outfielders to switch spots next season, according to General Manager Mike Rizzo.
The Nationals expected Harper to carry a heavier load in the clubhouse, in the lineup and on the field.
Unless an agreement is reached, the Nationals will head to a grievance hearing with one of their most high-profile players.
The Nationals outfielder carried the team over the final two games, capping a great series against the Giants in a losing effort.