It's been a rough couple of weeks for Nats' rising star Bryce Harper.
First, there was his embarrassing face-plant into the right-field wall at Dodger Stadium. Harper tried to track down a drive off the bat of A.J. Ellis but failed to remember the important part of the term "warning track."
Take a look for yourself.
OK, so maybe it's wise for him not to do that again. And to Harper's credit, it seems like he's learned his lesson -- maybe too well.
Trying to run down a fly ball Tuesday night in the bottom of the ninth, he appeared to pull up well short of the track, leap too early and alligator-arm the ball. The ball went over his head, allowing the tying run to score from first. A litle afraid of the wall, are we?
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Well, Nats closer Rafael Soriano was none too pleased with that effort and let everyone know about it.
"With two outs and the tying run at first, you have to play the outfield so the ball doesn't go over your head," Soriano to...