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Nationals fans are embroiled in a civil war of sorts over the existence of the wave. To be or not to be?
While the most vocal of the bunch are of the anti-wave faction–including many Nats players, Bryce Harper has come to the support of those who are pro wave on twitter
Personally, I’m pretty neutral on the issue. here’s this for a revolutionary idea–if you don’t like the wave…don’t do it. Scary thought?
Plus Nats fans shouldn’t bother worrying about silly matters such as this, their franchise is off to another promising start after years of being a punching bag in the NL East. Enjoy the spoils of your reward and quit worrying about the darn wave.
Agree, disagree or don’t care?
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So Bryce Harper left last night's game in the sixth inning, causing quite a scare. In the video above, Harper and Davey Johnson discuss the injury. Good news: it's not his oblique. Bad news: it's a bad bruise. Bad enough to sit him in tonight's series finale?
(Screencap via MASN/MLB.com)
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Contrary to popular belief there are two 20 year old studs playing in the DMV. I will start this article off by saying this is not a compare and contrast between Manny Machado and Bryce Harper. Harper is a stone cold stud and what he is doing to live up to expectations none of us know anything about is pretty incredible. Harper is the best player on his team at 20 years old. That...
Another day, another magazine cover for Bryce Harper. Here's Harper on the cover of ESPN The Magazine's 15th anniversary issue.
So thankful and blessed to be on the cover of @espnmag 15th anniversary issue! I am so honored! #Mag15 twitter.com/Bharper3407/st…
— Bryce Harper (@Bharper3407) April 29, 2013
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Washington Nationals outfielder and reigning NL Rookie of the Year Bryce Harper has given Washington fans a scare after leaving last night's 2-0 victory over the Atlanta Braves, with what apparently looked like an oblique injury, but in fact was a result of a play Harper tried to make on Tuesday night, says James Wagner of the Washington Post.
Harper seemed to have hurt...
Washington Nationals left fielder Bryce Harper was in the lineup Thursday night against Atlanta after X-rays on his left shoulder were negative.
Harper winced on a check swing in the sixth inning of Washington's 2-0 victory on Wednesday and soon left the game.
Harper said he was diagnosed with a bruise under his left shoulder blade. Washington manager Davey Johnson said Harper...
What better way to cap off a fairly awful month for the Washington Nationals than another beating at the hands of the Braves, and Bryce Harper assisting Tim Hudson's fifth inning home run -- nearly robbed it, but the ball bounced off his glove and over the wall. There's the video above. Is it May yet? Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter.
Bryce Harper should be credited with an assist on Tim Hudson‘s home run Tuesday night.
In the fifth inning of the Nationals-Braves game, Harper nearly made a highlight-reel catch on a fly ball off the bat of Atlanta’s starting pitcher. But instead of hauling it in, the ball bounced off the young outfielder’s glove and over the right-field fence.
It’s embarrassing enough...
Some Washington Nationals fans want to see "The Wave" abolished, but star outfielder Bryce Harper says not so fast.
Bryce Harper and Justin Upton will face each other again starting on Monday, this time in Atlanta, and Harper hopes that his team has a much better result than the three-game sweep they were handed in DC just a couple weeks ago. Since then, the comparisons between the two players have become even more frequent as neither have shown signs of their performance slowing down. But when...
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Atlanta Braves pitcher Tim Hudson has only three home runs in his career, and his most recent big fly may not have made its way into the stands without a little help from Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper.
During the bottom of the fifth inning on Tuesday night, the 37-year-old Hudson proved that he still has the strength to send a ball...
That would be Bryce Harper vs. Bob Gibson, as imagined by For The Win. Harper loses the battle, but FTW thinks he’d win the war. Click through for the full commentary, and check out Yu Darvish vs. Babe Ruth and Albert Pujols vs. Nolan Ryan too. I love the Internet so much.
In the bottom of the fifth inning of Tuesday's Nationals-Braves game, Atlanta pitcher Tim Hudson hit a ball to deep right field. Washington right fielder Bryce Harper went back on the ball, leapt up to make the catch, and inadvertently knocked it over the fence, giving Hudson his first home run of the season and the third of his career. Hudson's homer pushed Atlanta's...
I love baseball but watch games very infrequently. I’m more of a fantasy baseball, watch Baseball Tonight and MLB Network highlights, stat nerd type of fan (which could stem from me rooting for the Pirates). Here are 5 baseball videos that entertained me.
Will Clark fights Ozzie Smith and Jose Oquendo
Back in the day baseball fights used to be so much better. Unless Kyle Farnsworth...
On night of film debut, Bryce Harper flub gives Tim Hudson a HR. [FTW]
Bryce’s HR giveaway didn’t matter; Nats drilled 8-1 by Braves. [NI]
Don’t worry, Boz says everything is fine, including Strasburg’s arm. [WP]
On a very bad night in Atlanta, at least Gio made this diving catch. [NE]
Nats Park embroiled in a serious battle over the Wave. [For, Against]
Orioles rebound from...
The Nationals have had a rough go of it against the Braves going back to September last season. Until Wednesday, the Nats had lost their last eight against their rivals, but the Nats new stopper, Jordan Zimmermann, was on the mound to take care of business in a 3-2 victory that allowed them to return to the .500 mark at 14-14.
Jordan Zimmermann has quickly emerged as the Nationals...