Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper left Monday's game against the Philadelphia Phillies after getting hit in the right knee by a pitch in the seventh inning. Continue for updates. Harper Leaves After Getting Hit Monday, May 30 The slugger was replaced by Chris Heisey when the Nationals took the field in the bottom of the inning. Show More Summary
The reigning MVP left the game after being hit with a pitch in the side of the knee.
Should we expect Bryce Harper to break out at one of his favorite hitters' parks? And, more importantly, what does former Marine Dusty Baker think about on Memorial Day?
Harper wasn’t happy.
Bryce Harper and Danny Espinosa each socked home runs Thursday night as the Washington Nationals beat the St. Louis Cardinals, 2-1. Read more...
It’s not important to know what Bryce Harper‘s mindset was after he hit his homerun to break out of a small slump he’d been experiencing lately (mainly due to not getting throw a decent pitch in a week). I guess in an attempt to change his fortune, Bryce Harper took to the plate without batting gloves, […]
These old things? Who need ’em!
A pair of Harper doppelgangers got face time at Nats games this month.
As if watching a perfectly stroked par-3 tee shot plop softly onto the green, or a vanquished bad guy limp out of town, Bryce Harper observed (...)
Starter delivers seven strong innings and Danny Espinosa also homers in 2-1 win.
Look, Bryce Harper has been sort of grumpy fella lately, on account of everyone is walking him and pitching around him like he’s Babe Ruth or something. Not so much tonight. Mike Leake hung a pitch against Harper this evening so he sent it to the third deck. Read more...
Bryce Harper hit a slump-busting home run, Danny Espinosa also went deep and the Washington Nationals got seven strong innings from right-hander Joe Ross in a 2-1 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday night.
A look at what’s happening all around the majors today: ___ PITCHED AROUND Struggling Bryce Harper hopes to get some pitches to hit when the Nationals host the Cardinals for a four-game set. Harper sat Wednesday before grounding out as a pinch-hitter in the eighth inning in a 2-0 loss to the Mets. The NL […]
ON BASEBALL | Terry Collins lets his young left-hander face Bryce Harper in the eighth inning — and the groundout is a confidence builder.
Nats Manager Dusty Baker told the slumping MVP: 'Don't do nothing. Just concentrate. Watch the game.'
How would Dusty Baker get out of a slump like Harper's?
Slumping Nats star knows how to hit, but he still must learn patience to join all-time greats.
Carlos Correa is going to get paid like a superstar. That much we can stipulate. The only question the Houston Astros shortstop has to answer is, when and by whom? It's a weighty decision, one that will impact the arc of Correa 's big league career. Show More Summary
Harper went 0 for 4 Monday night, and was unusually aggressive in his approach.