#Back2BackOneDay: What is Bryce Harper trying to say about his future, Kris Bryant and the Cubs?
(DNES 28. 6. 2017, 06:35:01, CSN Chicago)
Bryce Harper included an interesting hashtag in an Instagram picture with Kris Bryant, one sure to get Cubs fans speculating wildly about the superstar's future. (více...)
Bryce Harper taking advantage of Cubs pitching
(DNES 28. 6. 2017, 01:56:01, Washington Times)
Ryan Zimmerman gave Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon credit. The Nationals first baseman was asked this week about Maddonâ€™s decision to pitch around Bryce Harper last ... (více...)
Washington Nationalsâ€™ lineup for 2nd of 4 with Chicago Cubs + Nats on last nightâ€™s crowd in D.C.
(VČERA 27. 6. 2017, 23:21:01, Federal Baseball)
Washingtonâ€™s Nationals fought back late last night but came up short in the series opener with the Chicago Cubs. Max Scherzer takes the mound in the second of four...
While a lot was made of the number of Chicago Cubs fans in attendance last night in the nationâ€™s capital, the Washington Nationals themselves didnâ€™t seem to think much of the large representation for the visiting team.
â€śWhen the Mets come to town itâ€™s the same thing,â€ť Bryce Harper told reporters after the Nationalsâ€™ 5-4 loss in the series opener. (více...)
You can bet on whether Tim Tebow plays for the Mets this season
(VČERA 27. 6. 2017, 20:28:02, Big League Stew)
New York Mets â€śprospectâ€ťÂ Tim Tebow appears to be on the fast track. Despite a rough line in Class A, the 29-year-old wasÂ moved up a level following Sundayâ€™s game.
The move was met with some criticism. Tebow wasnâ€™t exactly tearing it up with the Columbia Fireflies, hitting just .220/.311/.336, with three home runs, over 224 plate appearances.Â After 64 games, the Mets decided he was ready for the next level. By comparison, Bryce Harper played nine more games in the same league before the Washington Nationals moved him up (více...)
Nationals' Bryce Harper: Three more hits in Monday's loss
(VČERA 27. 6. 2017, 15:35:17, CBSSports.com)
Harper went 3-for-5 in Monday's loss to the Cubs.He nearly had a fourth hit but was absolutely robbed on a screaming line drive that might have been a double into the left-center gap if not for Javier Baez's leaping grab [...] (více...)