Bryce Harper Steals Home
bryce harper steals home
2012
May
brownsvilleherald.com
8 years ago
Washington rookie Bryce Harper stole home in the first inning, just the latest in an already growing list of accomplishments for the 19-year-old. But the Nationals lost a key player when right fielder Jayson Werth broke his left wrist while attempting ...
washingtonpost.com
8 years ago
Sunday night, as their burgeoning rivalry with the Philadelphia Phillies reached new heights and Bryce Harper stole home, the Washington Nationals absorbed news far more dispiriting than their 9-3 loss at Nationals Park. Right fielder Jayson Werth will ...
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cbssports.com
8 years ago
We saw Bryce Harper become the first teenager to steal home since the Johnson administration, a ridiculously epic 17-inning game that ended with DHs on the pitchers mound, a walk-off walk that followed a hit-by-pitch of an opposing ...
cbssports.com
8 years ago
WASHINGTON -- Other than an audacious steal of home, Cole Hamels had no problem shutting down the Washington Nationals. Turns out, only his Philadelphia teammates' batting performance could keep Hamels from his 11th complete game.
mercurynews.com
8 years ago
Nationals-Phillies: Rookie Bryce Harper stole home in the bottom of the first inning against Philadelphia. With two outs, Harper was hit by a pitch from Cole Hamels. After going from first to third on Jayson Werth's single to left, Harper broke for ...
denverpost.com
8 years ago
AP Philadelphia Phillies' starting pitcher Cole Hamels delivers pitch to a Washington Nationals' batter in the sixth inning during their baseball game at Nationals Park, Sunday, May 6, 2012, in Washington. Phillies defeated the Nationals 9-3.
lcsun-news.com
8 years ago
AP Philadelphia Phillies' starting pitcher Cole Hamels delivers pitch to a Washington Nationals' batter in the sixth inning during their baseball game at Nationals Park, Sunday, May 6, 2012, in Washington. Phillies defeated the Nationals 9-3.
cbs8.com
8 years ago
Washington Nationals rookie Bryce Harper stole home in the bottom of the first inning against Philadelphia on Sunday night. Washington Nationals rookie Bryce Harper stole home in the bottom of the first inning against Philadelphia on Sunday night.
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ajc.com
8 years ago
AP Washington Nationals' Bryce Harper (34) slides across home plate as Arizona Diamondbacks catcher Miguel Montero loses the ball during the fourth inning of a baseball game, Wednesday, May 2, 2012, in Washington. At center is home plate umpire Bill ...
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April
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