Found May 04, 2012 on Nationals Enquirer:
In the latest edition of "look what Bryce Harper did last night", Harper's sixth inning RBI double made a winner out of Ross Detwiler and the Nats last night (video here). Ho hum. Up above, Harper's postgame interview (video via CSNWashington.com). "I’m going to try to come up as clutch as I can in those situations. I love those situations in a game, any of those situations." (Bryce Harper, via Washington Post, 5/4/2012) Meanwhile, questions still remain around whether Harper really missed the first base bag in the first inning while attempting to advance to second after a throwing error on his infield dribbler. Hard to tell from replays on TV, but he was called out after an appeal by the D-backs. Didn't matter anyway... (Screengrabs via MASN/MLB.com) Befriend the Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.  
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