Injuries have continued to plague some of the biggest names in baseball. With David Price the latest Cy Young contender to come up with a sore arm, with Bryce Harper bouncing his head off an unprotected section of fencing and with Ryan Howard limping again, we can only wonder at the hours that the medical staff is putting in. Show More Summary
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Orioles' 20-year-old third baseman impressing.
On the wide spectrum of people running face first into walls, Bryce Harper's crash the other night probably fell somewhere between Gus Frerotte and Larry, Curly, and Moe Howard. Harper is an enormously entertaining player who will do many amazing, effortful things in what we hope will be a very long career. Show More Summary
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper opted to take a one-game rest Tuesday following a nasty collision in which he ran headfirst into the outfield wall while chasing a fly ball. Harper, the reigning National League rookie of the year, suffered the injury Monday against the Los Angeles Dodgers. In the fifth inning of the game, [...]Show More Summary
After Bryce Harper ran full-speed into the Dodger Stadium wall on Monday, he "had no idea where he was." He was nauseous all day yesterday, and couldn't play. He's expected to miss tonight's game as well. But he's totally fine, the Nationals would like to assure everyone. Just a little sore. Read more...
Over the last year, baseball fans have celebrated the rise of Bryce Harper and Mike Trout as the seminal players of the next generation. Both are dynamic talents with the potential for superstardom and possibly future tickets to Cooperstown. Quietly, another phenom is emerging in Baltimore. Show More Summary
A couple weeks ago, I wrote an open letter to Bryce Harper asking him to never change. I made it clear that it involved him upholding his style of play, as Bryce Harper just isn't Bryce Harper without the Tasmanian Devil approach to the game. Show More Summary
Warning tracks on baseball fields are intended to warn outfielders chasing down fly balls that they are approaching the outfield wall. Whether or not they actually work is up for debate, but I can almost certainly state that Bryce Harper would argue against their effectiveness. With the Washington Nationals leading the Los Angeles Dodgers by a score [...]
The fact that Bryce Harper ran face-first into a wall last night is not a laughing matter. It was a scary moment that Harper came away from with a seriously rung bell, a gash under his chin, and a jammed shoulder. We are not going to laugh at Bryce Harper's injury. Read more...
A reader raises an interesting point about Bryce Harper's non-concussion. Read more...
Just yesterday, Grant Brisbee wrote an essay headlined "Waiting until Bryce Harper does something". Well, last night Bryce Harper did something: Grant's essay was tied to a full-length, video-and-graphically enhanced story (via The Washington Post) about Bryce Harper's swing. Show More Summary
Two years ago, Major League Baseball added a seven-day disabled list for concussions and a protocol for evaluating players, a process that is in the limelight again after Bryce Harper’s frightening collision with the outfield wall Monday night at Dodger … Continue reading ?
Bryce Harper isn't invincible. During the sixth inning of the Washington Nationals' road game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Harper was hot in pursuit of an A.J. Ellis fly ball to deep right field. Harper appeared to be in position to make a play on the ball, but just as he pulled up short, he met an unforgiving force. Show More Summary
Bryce Harper has made vast improvements from his Rookie of the Year season in 2012—improvements so great that he's already put his name in the running for early-season National League MVP. Harper has gotten off to a scorching hot start. Show More Summary
On a flyball by A.J. Ellis of the Dodgers, Bryce Harper appeared to lose track of where the outfield wall was located and ran face-first into the wall. The collision left Harper bloodied and he had to be removed from the game. It did not appear that he suffered and serious injuries. Show More Summary
For the second time this season, Washington Nationals superstar Bryce Harper has injured himself in a collision with the outfield wall. During Monday night's game against the against the Los Angeles Dodgers, the electrifying young outfielder crashed into the scoreboard and suffered a scary face injury in the process. Show More Summary
Harper left under his own power.
It's called a warning track for a reason. Read more...
Bryce Harper is a baseball fixture, a thing we're used to by now. He's the young, brash, productive outfielder on the Washington Nationals. I'm not going to suggest we're taking him for granted, but it's possible that we're just a little too comfortable with how good he's become before turning 21. Again, he's 20. Show More Summary