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Well, Bryce Harper destroyed a baseball Thursday night at Petco Park. Hit it into the hedges in deep center -- 432 feet according to Hittracker. Video above.
(Screencap via MLB.com/MASN video)
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Good news: Bryce Harper is back in the Nationals lineup tonight against the Padres.
Up above, Video of Bryce Harper talking about the pain he was feeling after his pinch hitting appearance in the 9th inning of Wednesday night's painful 3-1 loss to the Dodgers, in which Harper stepped to the plate with a massive band-aid on his chin....
And so, Bryce Harper is out of the Nationals lineup for Saturday night's game due to a bruised left knee. Sounds like he'll miss the rest of the weekend in San Diego:
Bryce Harper will miss today and likely tomorrow with a bruised left knee. He had an MRI on his abdomen yesterday, which came back clean.
— Adam Kilgore (@AdamKilgoreWP) May 18, 2013
So Johnny Football threw out the first pitch before last night's Nats-Padres game at Petco Park, posed for a picture with fellow Texas A&M Aggie Davey Johnson, and hit a home run during BP. He also had a pregame chat with Bryce Harper, which ended with a bro-hug, of course. (Screencap via this MLB.com video)
Harper and Manziel's friendship started on Twitter, of course...
And so, in spite of Bryce Harper saying he felt "carsick" on Tuesday after his crash into the right field wall at Dodger Stadium Monday night, the Nats are apparently confident that he doesn't have a concussion. Meanwhile, the debate rages about whether or not Harper plays the game too hard, hard enough, or just plain stupid.
Here's Nats GM Mike Rizzo weighing...
And so, despite pain in his abdomen after crashing into that pesky wall at Dodger Stadium, Bryce Harper is back in the Nationals lineup Thursday and back to "playing like his hair is on fire". In his first AB, he grounded into a fielder's choice and attempted to take second with his helmet flying off on a bad throw to first. He was gunned down, but not for lack of hustle...
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.
Look at all those great seats available last night at the Mariners-Yankees game. Catch the fever, baseball fans. Anywa…
Some type of Tyson Ross breaking ball that didn’t work out was launched 431 feet into the night in San Diego, just a stroke after midnight.
Writers have spent the week comparing Harper to Pete Reiser; who was just a young Dodgers outfielder who ran into a lot of walls and never hit more than 14 home runs in a season.
I guarantee Pete Reiser never hit a ball this far. Nats win...
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.
Harper was running down a ball from A.J. Ellis when the incident took place.
The worst was feared, as rumors of concussion-like symptoms spread without any confirmed results from the Nationals.
The Nationals heard it all last season when it came to their handling of Stephen Strasburg, who was placed on an innings limit and subsequently shut down before the playoffs. The Nats babied the 24-year-old, they upset the ace and they ruined their season, which once looked so promising.
Now, eight months later, the Nationals are faced with a bit of a health situation involving their...
Shane Victorino is not afraid to sacrifice his body in order to track down fly ball in right field. Unfortunately for the Red Sox, Victorino’s body has indeed taken a beating this season.
The right fielder tweaked his back while running into the outfield wall Thursday night in Tampa Bay, an injury he says is unrelated to back troubles that caused him to miss nine games earlier...
Editor’s Note: It’s like that show Mythbusters except without the awesome handlebar mustache and while you won’t see anything blown up visually, prepare your mind for an internal explosion.1. Bryce Harper hurt himself because he “plays the game the right way”I’m not gonna let Harper get away with this one. Bryce Harper didn’t hurt himself because he cares more about...