Found May 13, 2012 on Nationals Enquirer:
Well, it's a good thing Bryce Harper got his frustrations out on Friday night. Harper suffered through another tough night at the plate on Saturday (0-4, 1K, 5 LOB), capped off by a three pitch strikeout to Aroldis Chapman (99 MPH foul, 87 MPH foul, 100 MPH whiff). (Screengrabs via MASN/MLB.TV) Befriend the Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.

Harper bloodied after smashing bat

Bryce Harper was bloodied and needed to be treated after cutting himself smashing a bat in the Nationals' dugout.

Bryce Harper Cuts His Hair And Bloodies His Eye (PHOTOS)

I’m not sure what you call Bryce Harper’s famed haircut — the skullet, the muskrat, the brohawk — but he took a razor to the back, leaving him rattail-less for the first time as a big leaguer: Approve. Elsewhere in Harper mythology, the wunderkind had a rough night at the dish, going 0-for-5 in his worst game since joining the Nats two weeks ago. It was so bad that after...

Bryce Harper injuries himself after awful game

Washington Nationals rookie outfielder Bryce Harper has a very divisive personality, but his outburst on Friday is something that all fans will agree was completely stupid of him to do. In the midst of an 0/5, three strikeout game tonight against the Cincinnati Reds, Harper took out his rage on the Nationals dugout, smashing the side of it with his bat after striking out in the...

When Bryce Harper lost one in the tough sky

Hasn't been the best of times since Bryce Harper cut off his skullet, eh? Friday night: 0-5, smacks himself in the eye with his bat. Saturday: 0-4, finishes his day by striking out on three pitches against Aroldis Chapman. Then on Sunday, Harper lost a Jay Bruce fly ball in the twlight/mist/clouds/sky in the 8th inning (video here). Ball lands ~15 feet behind him on the warning...

Tater Trot Tracker: Bryce Harper's First Career Home Run by Larry Granillo

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Photo of the night: Bryce Harper

 Harper literally added injury to insult on Friday The 19-year old had a night to forget in his first appearance in the Queen City on Friday. His 0-5 showing with three strikeouts led him to lash out in frustration and consequently harm himself. After his fourth at-bat he went down in the tunnel and attempted to take out his anger on an unsuspecting wall with his bat....

Bryce Harper keeps hitting, this time in the face with his own bat

Do you hear it? That's the sound of worse things to come. Last night, 0-for-5 with three strikeouts, Nationals brat Bryce Harper decided to actually hit something. Amanda Comak: "Harper took his... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

The Daily Heckle: Bryce Harper is Bryce Harper’s Worst Enemy

Bryce Harper May Have Aggravated Teammate Mark DeRosa's Oblique Injury With Forceful High-Five

Bryce Harper has made headlines for all kinds of baseball feats since breaking into the major leagues earlier this month. Recently, it hasn't been good news, as Harper sent a bat caroming off his face. He had swung the bat at a wall in frustration after striking out in a game and ended up needing 10 stitches above his left eye. It appears that the injuries Harper has been doling...

Harper hits first major league HR

Bryce Harper is as sentimental about his first big league homer as he is about the rest of the many milestones in his baseball career. The ball's headed for a cardboard box. The 19-year-old rookie became the youngest major leaguer to homer since 1998 with a solo shot in the third inning of the Washington Nationals' 8-5 victory over the San Diego Padres on Monday night....

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Harper already getting compared to The Greats

CINCINNATI Brandon Phillips, The Tsar of Twitter, tweeted this to his constituents Friday morning: "We play Babe Ruth and the Washington Nationals this weekend. He was not referring to Rick Ankiel or Adam LaRoche or even Ryan Zimmerman. He was, of course, referring to 19-year-old rookie Bryce Harper baseball's newest cover boy. Phillips' tweet was not disparaging...

Cole Hamels vs. Bryce Harper/ MLB Managers Rant

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Nats win; Harper gets cut in tantrum

Mike Leake is still winless, and that's becoming a worry. Roger Bernadina and Danny Espinosa each hit a two-run homer off Leake on Friday night, setting off one of Washington's biggest scoring splurges of the season and a 7-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. The slow-starting Nationals had scored only three runs in the first inning all season. They had that many before...

The Nickname Crisis In Our Nation's Capital

I blogged about this when Stephen Strasburg made his debut, but with 19-year-old Bryce Harper now seemingly in a Nationals uniform to stay the situation has become intolerable. Washington has two of the most exciting, talented, compulsively watchable young players in their lineup that the grand old game has had grace its fields in a long time... ...and neither one of them has...
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