Yup. That’s a real headline. And baseball-related!
Bryce Harper has some WHEELS!
16 Phillies came to the plate that inning. My lord.
Bryce Harper’s got himself a streak.
Nine swings, nine misses, and three outs? Yeesh. Maybe basketball?
What an awesome way to earn a fan.
MVP returning to form? You can always tell in the first Spring Training at bat, right?
Trying to light a fire under his players, Nationals manager Matt Williams asks for the boot in Game 2 of the 2014 NLDS.
Insane catch + 2 outs in the 9th inning of a no-hitter? Yup, you remember that one a few years later.
Good for the Nationals … or whatever.
Dan Plesac … psychic, lucky, or smart?
Jayson Werth –> guilty of gnome crime in the first degree.
So apparently you *can* Eephus me twice.
There were a lot of home runs yesterday, but five of them came from Rizzo and Ramirez alone.
The pitchers are taking their bats back and there’s nothing we can do to stop them!
It’s not too often your teammate is the one getting you out!
Hey, Bryce Harper can still hit home runs … who knew?
A scary moment becomes a crazy play.
That’s a lot of homers.
When you gotta go, you gotta go.
A well-written story, but I can imagine better.
Well done, Bryce.
This is what he does.
Wow. Last second save.
Harper continues to push forward a really important dialogue about the changing culture of the sport.