The Phillies lineup, already improved with the offseason additions of Jean Segura and J.T. Realmuto, looks even more formidable with Bryce Harper in the middle of it.

As a left-handed hitter, the free agent -- who signed with the Phillies in a blockbuster deal worth $330 million over 13 years with no opt-outs -- will bring balance to a batting order that leans to the right. He batted in the No. 3 spot for most of his career (456 games) with the Nationals, but also frequently batted second (178 games) and fourth (146). Depending on where manager Gabe Kapler wants to slot him, the Phillies’ opening-day lineup could look like this:

2B Cesar Hernandez (S)

SS Jean Segura (R)

RF Bryce Harper (L)

1B Rhys Hoskins (R)

C J.T. Realmuto (R)

LF Andrew McCutchen (R)

CF Odubel Herrera (L)

3B Maikel Franco (R)

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What $330 Million Is Worth

Here’s a look at how much money Bryce Harper could make over the next 13 seasons, on average, based on his performance so far in his major-league career:

Per pitch seen

Per plate appearance

Per game

$11,132

$44,906

$191,685

Roughly equal to the annual salary of a minimum-wage worker in Pennsylvania who works four days a week ($12,064)

More than the median household income in Philadelphia ($39,759)

More than annual salary of a newly elected member of Congress ($174,000)

SOURCES: baseball-reference.com; U.S. Census Bureau; Congressional Research Service

JOHN DUCHNESKIE / Staff Artist

What $330 Million Is Worth

Here’s a look at how much money Bryce Harper could make over the next

13 seasons, on average, based on his performance so far in his major-league career:

Per pitch seen

$11,132

Roughly equal to the annual salary of a minimum-wage worker in Pennsylvania who works four days a week ($12,064)

Per plate appearance

$44,906

More than the median household income in Philadelphia ($39,759)

Per game

$191,685

More than annual salary of a newly elected member of Congress ($174,000)

SOURCES: baseball-reference.com; U.S. Census Bureau; Congressional Research Service

JOHN DUCHNESKIE / Staff Artist

At Citizens Bank Park, Harper has a .268 career batting average. In 208 plate appearances he’s had 48 hits, 14 of them home runs -- the most he has at any visiting ballpark.

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