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Sep 20, 2014
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Bryce Harper is not in the Nationals starting lineup on Saturday.
Sep 17, 2014
KFFL
Washington Nationals OFs Jayson Werth, Bryce Harper, Denard Span, 1B Adam LaRoche, SSs Asdrubal Cabrera, ...
Sep 16, 2014
KFFL
Washington Nationals OF Bryce Harper (flu) is back in the lineup Tuesday, Sept. 16, after ...
KFFL Sep 20, 2014

Nationals | Bryce Harper out of lineup

Washington Nationals OF Bryce Harper is not in the starting lineup against the Miami Marlins ...
CSN Washington Sep 19, 2014

His thumb healthy, Harper tearing it up at plate

Now that his surgically repaired thumb is nearly healed, Bryce Harper is turning into one of the NL's most-productive hitters.

As thumb heals, Harper begins to rake

MIAMI — We’ve seen several moments in the last few weeks that have suggested Bryce Harper has finally turned a big corner at the plate, and we saw another one Thursday night late in the Nationals’ 6-2 win over the Marlins. Facing left-hander Dan Jennings out of the bullpen, Harper mashed a double off the…
Washington Post Sep 17, 2014

DC Sports Bog: How Bryce Harper acquired a custom firefighter helmet for Nationals’ clubhouse celebration

One of the most indelible images from the the Nationals’ clubhouse celebration Tuesday after Washington clinched its second National League East division title in three years was Bryce Harper in a custom D.C. Fire Department firefighter’s helmet. Harper’s cryptic, since-deleted tweet last Friday asking D.C. firefighters for a favor in exchange for a bat or some tickets now made sense. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Sep 16, 2014

PHOTOS: Harper wears custom firefighters helmet to celebrate

Bryce Harper had a special way of recognizing Washington, D.C. during the Nats' division-winning celebration on Tuesday.
The Nationals Enquirer Sep 16, 2014

Bryce Harper in custom DC fire fighter helmet during NL East clinch party

Just Bryce Harper in a fire fighter helmet given to him by the DC Fire Department during the Nats NL East Clinch Party. No big deal. (Screencap via MLB.TV/MASN)
Washington Post Sep 16, 2014

Nats Journal: Bryce Harper back in the lineup after feeling lightheaded

Bryce Harper is back in Tuesday’s lineup a day after leaving a game early with lightheadedness. Harper exited Monday’s game in the fourth inning because he didn’t feel well, and Manager Matt Williams believes the outfielder is suffering from the same flu that hit fellow teammates. Read full article >>

Bryce Harper back in the lineup after feeling lightheaded

Bryce Harper is back in Tuesday’s lineup a day after leaving a game early with lightheadedness. Harper exited Monday’s game in the fourth inning because he didn’t feel well, and Manager Matt Williams believes the outfielder is suffering from the same flu that hit fellow teammates. Harper is starting Tuesday against the Braves in a game […]
KFFL Sep 16, 2014

Nationals | Bryce Harper back in lineup

Washington Nationals OF Bryce Harper (flu) is back in the lineup Tuesday, Sept. 16, after ...
Washington Post Sep 16, 2014

DC Sports Bog: Bryce Harper respects the ‘A’ in return to Atlanta

Remember the last time the Nationals were in Atlanta, when Bryce Harper dragged his foot through the Braves’ ‘A’ logo in the dirt behind home plate? Remember how mad that made people? Remember how Harper disrespected the ‘A’? Read full article >>

Bryce Harper leaves Monday’s game because of lightheadedness

Bryce Harper left Monday’s game in Atlanta in the fourth inning because he felt light-headed, the Nationals announced. Harper appeared fine in the clubhouse before Monday’s game, but he had been feeling a little sick over the weekend while he still played. Several Nationals players — Adam LaRoche, Anthony Rendon and Jayson Werth — have […]
Washington Post Sep 15, 2014

Nats Journal: Bryce Harper leaves Monday’s game because of lightheadedness

Bryce Harper left Monday’s game in Atlanta in the fourth inning because he felt light-headed, the Nationals announced. Harper appeared fine in the clubhouse before Monday’s game, but he had been feeling a little sick over the weekend while he still played. Several Nationals players — Adam LaRoche, Anthony Rendon and Jayson Werth — have dealt with bouts of a flu bug that has gone around the clubhouse. Harper could have been feeling the lingering effects of that on Monday. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Sep 15, 2014

Harper leaves Nats game after feeling lightheaded

Bryce Harper was taken out of Monday night's game in the fourth inning after feeling lightheaded, according to the Nationals.

Harper leaves game after “feeling lightheaded”

ATLANTA — Bryce Harper was taken out of Monday night’s game in the top of the fourth inning after “feeling lightheaded,” according to the Nationals. Harper played the first three innings of the game seemingly with no trouble. He struck out in his only at-bat in the top of the second and fielded three balls…

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