Found September 04, 2013 on Nationals Enquirer:
Up above, video of Bryce Harper jogging off the field after catching a John Mayberry flyout for the 2nd out of the 8th inning last night. Oops. Everybody got a good laugh, but Randy Knorr probably would've pulled him off the field if he was in charge. Here's Davey on last night's ugly win, which kept the Nats 7.5 back of the Reds for the 2nd WC spot, via MASNSports.com: "That was an ugly game. One of the uglier ones I've seen." (Screencap via MLB.com/MASN) Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter. Related articles Watch Bryce Harper dump a bucket of Gatorade on Jayson Werth Bryce Harper runs into Dodger Stadium wall, leaves game shaken up and bleeding... Video: Bryce Harper's bazooka arm strikes again Video: Bryce Harper hits walkoff home run, kills Nats losing streak How Bryce Harper gets his hair to do that...
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