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Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper had to leave Washington's game on Monday night in Los Angeles after running into the right field scoreboard at Dodger Stadium.
Harper was chasing a fly ball hit by AJ Ellis in the fifth inning before simply running out of room and running straight into the scoreboard mounted on the right field wall. He didn't move after initially hitting the wall, and it's feared that he lost consciousness for a brief period. Harper would eventually leave the game, walking off the field under his own power with a decent bit of blood around his neck.
Hopefully, Harper only has scrapes and bruises from the collision and he doesn't have a concussion. He's one of the brightest stars in the game, and more importantly for the Nationals right now, he's their best hitter and the main reason they're putting any runs on the board at all. If he's going to miss an extended period of time for Washington, their chances at repeating their NL East championship just got a lot slimmer.
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Up above: Bryce Harper sans beard on Tuesday night, a night after running into that pesky right field wall at Dodger Stadium and getting 11 stitches (which required him to shave his beard). So, how's he feeling?
"I feel kind of crappy today. I feel a little carsick, I
guess you could say, like the feeling of that. I don’t have a concussion
or anything like that...
It's fairly well documented that Senator Harry Reid -- who shares the home state of Nevada with Bryce Harper -- is a big Bryce Harper fan. Exhibit A: Reid invoked Harper's "That's a clown question, bro" line at a press conference last summer. So it should come as no surprise that Reid discussed the injury Harper suffered after running into that wall at Dodger...
Much has been said about Bryce Harper in the beginning of what looks to be a historic career in the making. In the first 9 games he played, MLB analysts started comparing him to the great number 7, Mickey Mantle. And this year, many have been breaking down the unconventional swing of Bryce Harper and comparing him to the great Babe Ruth. Anyone that knows me knows that I am not...
Bryce Harper left Monday’s Los Angeles Dodgers-Washington Nationals game after crashing into the right field wall trying to catch a ball during the fifth inning.
Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis led off the bottom of the inning with a drive to right, and the Nationals phenom went face-first into the right field scoreboard trying to make the play. He was bleeding from his face/china after...
When Under Armour Baseball athlete Bryce Harper takes the field on Sunday for the Washington Nationals against the Chicago Cubs, he'll do so in a "Mother's Day' PE of the UA Spine Highlight.
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Clearly because he had nothing better to do, Bryce Harper did something Friday night that not even Lord Tweets-a-lot himself Jose Canseco has done...force fed his close to 240,000 Twitter followers a picture of his bloodied big toe.
I demand to know...who wanted to see it, dude? Who?!? Answer...no one.
However the image of Harper's ingrown toenail makes you feel...
I know I’m a little late to the game here talking about Bryce Harper and his ingrown toenail. Honestly, I wasn’t going to say anything about it. But for some reason I was thinking about Bull Durham and what Crash Davis would have to say to Harper.
True words of Wisdom. I bet Harper’s shower shoes have fungus on them. If only Harper had a Crash Davis to show him the ropes of...
After Bryce Harper's injury last night, Nationals fans held their collective breath. Harper is the best player on the team and one of the best in the league, and any serious injury to him would spell trouble for Washington over the rest of the year. Thankfully for the Nationals, Harper avoided serious injury, and should be able to avoid a DL stint. But after this incident and...
Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals was forced to leave Monday night’s game against the Dodgers in the 5th inning after he ran face first into the right field wall. Harper was chasing after a fly ball from A.J. Ellis and ran directly into the wall without being able to cover his face. The collision was not an easy one and Harper hit the scoreboard section of the right...
During Monday’s night’s match up between the Washington Nationals and the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Nationals Bryce Harper suffered an interesting injury chasing down a fly ball. Harper didn’t stop in time and slammed into the outfield wall. A wall that has a digital scoreboard embeded in it.
Yikes. Harper received 11 stitches in his chin for the trouble.
Anyone who has read this blog knows that what I’m about to write about Bryce Harper certainly isn’t because I’m just being a ‘hater’.
I was watching live last night when Bryce Harper ran into the wall. I played baseball long enough to know that when I watch that picture above and see the play, I wonder why he doesn’t feel the warning track under him. I wonder why there’s...
Outfielder Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals has suffered a left shoulder bruise and is now considered day-to-day. The good news is that the X-rays that he took as a precaution came back negative. The injury is related to him crashing into the right field wall face-first and did require 11 stitches on his chin so it is a little more serious than what it sounds, but still he...
The Washington Nationals Bryce Harper left Monday’s game against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the fifth inning after he went face-first into the right field wall at Dodger Stadium.
The worst was feared, as rumors of concussion-like symptoms spread without any confirmed results from the Nationals.
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Video: Bryce Harper slams into right...