Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper was back in action after missing two games due to a bruised left knee. Harper went hitless in the loss to the Giants.
The 20-year-old went 0 for 4 with a strikeout in his first game since May 17. He's batting .288 on the year with 11 homers and 22 RBI. He's also struck out 26 times.
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper returned to action after a two-game absence on Monday in San Francisco. The Nationals have Harper batting third and starting in right field.
Harper was dealing with a bruised left knee. He enters the game Monday batting .171 (6 for 35) with two home runs and four RBI in 12 May contests.
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper missed a second-straight game Sunday against the Padres because of a bruised left knee. Harper is batting .171 (6 for 35) with two home runs and four RBI in 12 May games.
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper was held out of Saturday's lineup against the Padres with a bruised left knee, according to The Washington Times.Harper told reporters he is sore from his recent collision with the outfield wall. MRI results on his abdomen came back clean. Harper could be held out as a precaution Sunday in order to return at full strength Monday at San Francisco. He is hitting .171...
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper was not in the starting lineup Saturday against the Padres.He was given the day off against left-hander Eric Stults. He is a career .226 hitter with just seven homers and 26 RBI against lefties. He is hitting .171 with two home runs and four RBI in 12 May games. He has yet to record two hits in a game this month.
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper wasn't feeling great before Thursday's game against the Padres, but he certainly seemed fine when the game started.
Harper went 1 for 4 in the game, but his one hit was a loud one. He slugged his 11th home run of the season an estimated 431 feet, to put the finishing touches on a 6-2 win. Harper also struck out once to go along with his solo shot.
Harper was out of...
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper was back in the starting lineup Thursday against the Padres, his first start since running into a wall at Dodger Stadium Monday.
Harper is in his usual spot, playing left field and batting third, despite admitting to the Washington Times earlier in the day that he wasn't feeling great.
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper received a pinch-hit appearance Wednesday, but isn't feeling great, according to the Washington Times.
When asked, Harper said he felt "terrible." Manager Davey Johnson said Harper "should be all right" Thursday, but Harper was more cryptic, saying "we'll see."
Nationals left fielder Bryce Harper made a pinch-hit appearance in the ninth inning of Wednesday's game, grounding out to first base in a 3-1 loss. It was Harper's first game action since slamming into an outfield wall Monday.
Harper's status for Thursday's series opener against the Padres is unknown.
Nationals left fielder Bryce Harper, who was out of the starting lineup Monday while dealing with shoulder and knee injuries, also reported soreness in his rib cage Wednesday, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Harper is still considered day to day.
As expected, Nationals left fielder Bryce Harper was out of the starting lineup for Wednesday's game against the Dodgers. He's day to day with a bruised shoulder and knee after colliding with the outfield wall trying to chase down a fly ball Monday -- a collision that necessitated 11 stitches on his chin and neck.
The Nationals open a series against the Padres in San Diego Thursday, but Harper's availability...
Soon after Bryce Harper’s collision with the outfield wall,
the Washington Nationals said there were no concerns of a concussion. However,
Harper experienced nausea yesterday, keeping him out of the lineup. Because he’s
dealing with this sickness, he is likely to continue to be tested for a concussion,
according to Adam Kilgore of The Washington Post.
Harper received a concussion test Monday...
Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo said during a radio interview Wednesday with 106.7 The Fan outfielder Bryce Harper, who is day to day with a bruised shoulder and knee, will not need further testing. He added he has no idea why Harper was nauseous, but he is still sore.
"There's no concussion, he's feeling better. He'll be ready to go in the next day or so," Rizzo said.
As expected, the Nationals kept outfielder Bryce Harper out of Tuesday's lineup against the Dodgers as he continues to nurse a bruised left shoulder and left knee after colliding with the right-field wall the previous day.Harper's X-rays come back negative and he is listed as day to day. He is hitting .200 (4 for 20) with a home run and three RBI in his last seven games.
Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo said Bryce Harper's X-rays came back negative, and he's being listed as day to day with a bruised left shoulder and left knee, according to The Washington Post. Harper needed 11 stitches to his chin and neck Monday night after slamming into the right-field wall at Dodgers Stadium trying to track down a fly ball.
"Will be sore but fine. Day to day," Rizzo said.