CBS Sports’ Jim Rome gives his analysis of Bryce Harper bizarre ejection, saying that both he and the umpire need to keep their cool.
Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman has made a career of the walk-off home run. He was at it again this week against the New York Yankees, sending an Andrew Miller pitch off the foul pole in right field in the 10th inning to give Washington an 8-6 win.
“Whenever he hits a home run left-handed, he kind of points to the press box and says, ‘How dumb are you?'”
Bryce Harper made the switch to taking pre-game batting practice in the cage prior to remarkable hot offensive streak.
Ryan Zimmerman hits walk-off homer in bottom of 10th to beat Yankees, nine years after hitting first-career walk-of homer against Yankees.
The Nationals have placed Jayson Werth on the disabled list and called up Wilmer Difo from Double-A Harrisburg.
Stephen Strasburg isn’t hurt. He’s broken on the inside.
Bryce Harper on otherworldly tear: “Most of the guys on planet earth playing Major League Baseball aren’t capable of what he’s doing.”
Bryce Harper has reached another another level.
The latest soul-crushing playoff loss by a Washington, D.C. sports team has inspired a wave of morose statistics. And they are every bit as bad as you think they are.