Bryce Harper left Wednesday’s game in St. Louis in the fourth inning with left glute tightness, the Nationals announced during a rare in-game update. The Nationals normally do not provide in-game injury updates. But after speculation mounted about Harper’s removal from the game despite no obvious sign of injury, the Nationals provided a reason.Read full article >>
Washington Nationals All-Star Bryce Harper exited Wednesday's game against the St. Louis Cardinals in the fourth inning after experiencing glute tightness. Continue for updates. Harper Replaced By Matt den Dekker vs. Cardinals Wednesday, Sept. Show More Summary
What is perhaps most impressive about Bryce Harper this late in the season is how well he has managed to keep his approach at the plate. In recent weeks, with the Nationals lineup getting healthy and easing back to form, he has seen fewer pitches to hit. Show More Summary
While Josh Donaldson is clubbing his way toward the American League MVP Award, the field is starting to close in on Bryce Harper for the National League's top honor. From those two chases to the battles for the AL and NL Rookie of the Year trophies, there's still a lot left to be determined in the season's final five weeks. Show More Summary
After the injury dust settled some, the Nationals were forced to be creative to field a complete lineup on Friday. Danny Espinosa will make his career-first start in left field. As a result, Bryce Harper shifts to center field for injured Michael A. Show More Summary
Bryce Harper was a lock to win the NL MVP award at the all-star break. The Nationals had a 87.3 percent chance at winning the NL East and the 22-year-old slugger was batting.339 with 26 home runs, 61 RBI and produced a league-leading 5.7 wins above replacement.Read full article >>
Mike Trout and Bryce Harper are the clear front-runners for the two MVP awards this season. Who are the dark horses that could snatch the awards away from baseball's two poster boys? Bleacher Report's Scott Miller joins Stephen Nelson...Show More Summary
In the words of Ryan Zimmerman, the Nationals “caught a break” when Bryce Harper’s weak ground ball to first base that should have ended the sixth inning was instead ruled a foul ball on Tuesday.After the call, Harper and Yunel Escobar walked to load the bases and Zimmerman hit a grand slam to break open a close game in the Nationals’ 8-3 win over the Padres.Read full article >>
A clever move by Bryce Harper led to the game-changing play that essentially sealed the Washington Nationals' 8-3 win over the San Diego Padres. In the bottom of the sixth inning with two outs, Harper was at bat with one man on. With...Show More Summary
Dressed in full uniform, bat in hand, Bryce Harper stood at home plate at Louise F. Cosca Regional Park in Clinton on Monday and issued a warning to the dozen players lining up at third base for infield practice.Read full article >>
Ted Berg and Jorge Ortiz break it down.
Bryce Harper‘s rise to become one of baseball’s best overall hitters, and arguably the best in the National League, has featured a lot of home runs (31) and walks (90). And while it may get far less attention, two of Harper’s at-bats in Sunday’s win were telling examples of why the right fielder is hitting.330 this season.Read full article >>
The Brewers’ slugger seemed headed for a certain double until Harper showed off his arm.
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper is no longer on the historic hitting pace with which he opened 2015, but he still entered Saturday leading the majors in slugging percentage and the National League with 31 home runs. Read full article >>
Matt Williams stood in the Washington Nationals’ dugout, hands at his hips, glaring at his team. A strong throw from Bryce Harper in right field in the seventh inning went through catcher Jose Lobaton’s legs. Pitcher Tanner Roark, backing up the play, couldn’t corral it either, nor apply the tag in time after Lobaton chased down the ball. Show More Summary
Mike Trout. Clayton Kershaw. Bryce Harper. Superstars always get more attention for their exploits and rightfully so. But with the 25-man roster that MLB teams deploy, there can't be success without standout seasons from unheralded players. Show More Summary
Bryce Harper would have to average about 37 homers every season until 2033 to catch Bonds.
Based on the prices for Tuesday's daily fantasy baseball contests, you almost can't help but find value in other places. If you want to draft Clayton Kershaw ($15,000) or Bryce Harper ($6,400), you better also find some bargain picks...Show More Summary
A day after fouling a ball off his foot, Bryce Harper is starting in right field and batting third in the Nationals lineup on Sunday. Harper hit a ball off his left foot, which he described as “very very painful,” and left the game in the seventh inning. Show More Summary
This was @Bharper3407's reaction to Desi's ridiculous blast of a HR. Can you blame him? #STEAK pic.twitter.com/G6M8GSIbru — Washington Nationals (@Nationals) August 16, 2015 During the Washington Nationals game against the San Francisco...Show More Summary