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Topic - Bryce Harper
Bryce Harper is starring in another new commercial, and this one is a tribute to baseball's past.
Bryce Harper is back in the Nationals' lineup after missing the previous night due to a sore left quadriceps muscle.
Outfielder Bryce Harper was scratched from the Washington Nationals' game at Miami because of tightness in his left quadriceps, but he's expected to return to the lineup Thursday.
Bryce Harper and Anthony Rendon are playing well, while several members of the pitching staff have been struggling.
Jordan Zimmermann became the first starter to pitch seven innings this season for the Nationals, and they totaled 11 extra-base hits to beat the slumping Miami Marlins 9-2.
Things are going so badly for the Miami Marlins they brought in their closer trailing by seven runs in the ninth inning Monday.
After a rough start to his season, Bryce Harper has suddenly raised his batting average to .310 after a fantastic stretch at the plate.
The postgame scene in the Washington Nationals clubhouse included a smoke machine, strobe lights and blaring music, which created an atmosphere akin to a South Beach nightclub.
Washington manager Matt Williams assumed Atlanta pinch-runner Jordan Schafer came in the game to try to steal second with two outs in the 10th.
Fredi Gonzalez's bench already was thin when he used Jordan Schafer as a pinch-runner with two outs in the 10th inning.
Mike Redmond's Miami Marlins did plenty right over the first two innings Wednesday night, building a five-run lead against the Washington Nationals.
Bryce Harper and Jayson Werth clubbed monster home runs to lead the Nationals to another come-from-behind win.
Jayson Werth entered Washington's eighth game of the season with zero homers and a grand total of one RBI.
We take a look at the Nationals to see which players had a good week and which ones struggled.
After falling into a big 5-0 hole thanks to a poor start from Jordan Zimmermann, big homeruns from Bryce Harper and Jayson Werth brings the Nats to a 10-7 win over Miami.
"A lot of guys on our team are swinging it well," Harper said. "It's contagious. Everybody is hitting it. It goes one through eight — even one through nine."
He said he has been nursing a sore thigh muscle.