Bryce Harper’s injury will keep him off the field for at least another six weeks, but he’s expected to return to the lineup within a few days. The Philadelphia Phillies‘ star hitter and right-fielder, Harper will remain unable to throw for at least another six weeks, according to ESPN. Once he’s cleared for throwing, he can begin working his way back to playing.
Here’s a pretty cool hat trick from NL MVP Bryce Harper. The Phillies slugger swapped caps — and the NL MVP even autographed his hat — with a fan in the Citizen Bank Park stands. What a great way to cap off a day at the ballpark.
Bryce Harper was absent from the lineup for a fifth straight game Friday as the Phillies opened a three-game series at home against the Dodgers. Harper had a PRP injection in his injured right elbow Sunday in Los Angeles. The team expected the shot to keep him out until at least Wednesday and Harper has also missed Thursday and Friday.
Here's a pretty cool hat trick from NL MVP Bryce Harper. The Phillies slugger swapped caps -- and the NL MVP even autographed his hat -- with a fan in the Citizen Bank Park stands. What a great way to cap off a day at the ballpark. And guess what?...
Here's a pretty cool hat trick from NL MVP Bryce Harper. The Phillies slugger swapped caps and the NL MVP even autographed his hat with a fan in the Citizen Bank Park stands. What a great way to cap off a day at the ballpark. And guess what?...
Bryce Harper to sit fifth straight game as Philadelphia Phillies open series vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
PHILADELPHIA -- Phillies slugger Bryce Harper will miss his fifth straight contest when Philadelphia opens a three-game series against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday night. Harper had a platelet-rich plasma injection in his right elbow Sunday. The Phillies originally hoped Harper could return Tuesday. Philadelphia has lost three of...
Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Bryce Harper is not in the lineup for Friday’s matchup with the Los Angeles Dodgers, per the team’s Twitter. Harper’s unavailability is a bit concerning, considering he received a platelet-rich plasma injection to advance the healing of his elbow over the weekend. This game will be his fifth straight absence, and the Phillies are just 1-3 over the previous four. The organization’s original consensus was to allow him to fill the designated hitter position, but those plans have gone awry.
Bryce Harper not in Philadelphia Phillies' lineup for fourth straight game after PRP injection in elbow
PHILADELPHIA -- Phillies slugger Bryce Harper did not start a fourth straight game on Thursday as he recovers from a platelet-rich plasma injection in his right elbow. Harper had said he hoped to play in at least one of the three games against the San Diego Padres. But he still experienced soreness from Sunday's injection and was not in the lineup against the Padres.
Philadelphia Phillies slugger Bryce Harper isn’t expected back in right field until late July or early August. However, because the