Found May 15, 2013 on MLB Injury News:
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 night and passed. He still felt “kind of crappy” yesterday, but doesn’t feel he’s dealing with a concussion. “I feel kind of crappy today,” Harper said. “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, which is very pleasant to hear.” Considering nausea is one of the signs of a concussion, this will likely cause the Nationals to continue to monitor Harper. Manager Davey Johnson told reporters that the outfielder will “probably” undergo more tests if the nausea continues. Teams now have to follow a specific protocol when concussion or a potential concussion is involved. Follow @mlbinjurynews Looking for fantasy baseball advice?

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