11:12 AM EDT, Thu September 03, 2015
CSN Washington 12 hours ago

Bryce Harper leaves game with 'left glute tightness'

Bryce Harper left Wednesday's game with an injury. Details here from CSN's Mark Zuckerman.

Harper leaves game with left glute tightness

Bryce Harper departed Wednesday night’s game in St. Louis in the fourth inning with “left glute tightness,” according to the Nationals. Harper popped out to lead off the fourth, reaching for the pitch from Cardinals left-hander Tyler Lyons and jogging only a few steps out of the batter’s box before turning around and walking back…
Washington Post 12 hours ago

Nats Journal: Bryce Harper leaves Wednesday’s game with left glute tightness

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 >>
CSN Washington 14 hours ago

Zuckerman on criticism of Nationals, Harper's MVP hopes

Nationals Insider Mark Zuckerman talked about the anger among Nats fans and the possibility Bryce Harper will win NL MVP.
Washington Post 21 hours ago

Nats Journal: Few batters see fewer strikes than Bryce Harper, who loves to walk

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. But with games on the line and facing long odds, human nature might make a hitter more anxious, hoping to change a team’s fate with a single swing.Read full article >>
MASN Sports Aug 29, 2015

Nats game blog: Bryce Harper has four homers vs. Tom Koehler this season - Byron Kerr

Nats game blog: Bryce Harper has four homers vs. Tom Koehler this season
Newark Star-Ledger Aug 28, 2015

Bryce Harper doesn't care if Washington Nationals make the postseason

He seems to be OK if the Nationals don't make the playoffs
Washington Post Aug 27, 2015

With Bryce Harper out as NL MVP front-runner, Clayton Kershaw could make history

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 >>
MetsBlog Aug 27, 2015

Mets are on pace for 90 wins and Bryce Harper doesn’t care!

The Mets have a .556 winning percentage, which puts them on pace to win 90 games this season. Terry Collins admitted to reporters Wednesday that in June he didn’t think 90 wins would be possible. “With the way some of …
Washington Post Aug 26, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Matt Williams on Bryce Harper’s controversial foul ball : ‘Everybody wants to win’

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 >>
Washington Post Aug 24, 2015

Nats Journal: How Bryce Harper has done against the shift this season

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 >>
CSN Washington Aug 24, 2015

State of the Nats: Span very close; Harper on shifts

Denard Span appears very close to returning to the Nationals. Plus, Bryce Harper's thoughts on shifts.
Washington Post Aug 22, 2015

The walks and the homers keep coming for selective Bryce Harper

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 >>
CSN Washington Aug 18, 2015

Supermodel 'cheats' on Bryce Harper with Mike Trout

The supermodel that was 'dating' Bryce Harper just 'cheated' on him with Mike Trout. What an awful August for the Nats' star.
Washington Post Aug 16, 2015

Nats Journal: Bryce Harper in Sunday’s Nationals lineup

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. But x-ray test results on his foot were negative. The Nationals need his bat in the lineup; they are .500 following a five-game losing streak.Read full article >>

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