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Nationals slugger Bryce Harper took to Twitter to bemoan the fact that the team auctioned off his game-worn jersey from opening day.
Of course going 4-5 in front of a "crowd" of "22,302" Marlins fans is not nearly on the order of the Michael Jordan Flu Game (or was it food poisoning!?), but Bryce Harper registered a fairly impressive performance Wednesday night. Harper went 4-5, vomited in the 2nd inning, and
beat out an infield hit despite battling a nasty flu bug for the past two
Up above, video of all four hits by Bryce Harper in his four-hit flu game Wednesday night in Miami.
(Screencap via MASN/TV)
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Washington Nationals superstar Bryce Harper had a brilliant game against the Miami Marlins on April 1 to open up his 2013 regular season campaign. He tore the cover off the ball, going 2-4, with the two hits both being home runs, jump-starting a season that by all appearances will be a phenomenal one for the second-year outfielder.
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Despite reportedly throwing up multiple times in the dugout, Nationals phenom Bryce Harper nevertheless collected four hits on Wednesday night.
Nationals slugger Bryce Harper was ‘less than enthused’ about the Nationals decision to sell his opening day jersey online for $13,025 without even asking him.
Harper took to twitter to bash his team for the selling his sweaty…musty…dirty…jersey? Ummm Bryce…why didn’t you just take it home with you?
They just take my jersey away from me and don’t ask if I want...
Be honest, when you heard that Bryce Harper was playing with the flu, didn’t you kind of have a notion that he would do something like this? It just adds to the legend and makes the storybook so much better. This is what the great ones do.
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Bryce Harper helped guide the Washington Nationals to a 6-1 win over the Miami Marlins Wednesday night despite feeling incredibly ill.Harper required intravenous fluids before the game, vomited once between innings, and repeatedly bent over in discomfort in between pitches before he stepped back in the batter's box."I didn't feel very good at all," Harper said...
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Adam LaRoche and Ian Desmond homered for the Nationals on Bark in the Park day at Citi Field. Fans paid $35 for tickets in the second deck in right field, and brought their dogs for $10.
After the game...
Ryan Zimmerman was a scratch for the second consecutive game today, and he's getting an MRI on his hamstring. Never a good sign for the Nats franchise third baseman. The game itself was a roller coaster ride of a game throughout on the way to a Nats 7-6 victory.
The Nats offense was able to get off to a quick start. Ian Desmond hit his third homer of the year on a first pitch...
Ross Detwiler departed with a lead for the third start in a row Wednesday night, and this time the bullpen held on as Bryce Harper and the Washington Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 6-1.
Harper, back in the Nationals' lineup after missing one game with the flu, hiked his average to .364 with four hits and improved to 8 for 12 against Ricky Nolasco (0-2). Harper hit two solo...
MIAMI (AP) -- Ross Detwiler departed with a lead for the third start in a row Wednesday night, and this time the bullpen held on as Bryce Harper and the Washington Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 6-1.
Harper, back in the Nationals' lineup after missing one game with the flu, hiked his average to .364 with four hits and improved to 8 for 12 against Ricky Nolasco (0-2). Harper...