Found August 23, 2012 on Nationals Enquirer:
Oh, well, Nats dropped a tough one last night to the Braves on Chipper Jones Appreciation Night at Nationals Park. No sweep, no worries? Well, at the very least nobody got hurt (especially Ian Desmond and his hammy). Meanwhile, Bryce Harper achieved another Big League first last night: He swore not once, but twice in his postgame interview. Two s-bombs for Harper! In the video above (via CSNWashington.com, jump to the 1:11 mark), Harper can be heard dropping one of the two s-bombs he dropped in his postgame meet-and-greet with the media, talking about Braves starter Kris Medlen: "He threw the s--- out of it, so nothing you can do. Tip your cap." The other one? via MASN's Dan Kolko, on Prado's double that went over his head: "S---, he pissed on it. Nothing I can do. ... He backspinned the crap out of it." (Screen cap via CSNWashington.com) Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter.
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