Bryce Harper recorded his 100th RBI of the season in the Nationals' 7-3 defeat of the Marlins on Monday.
Advice: It came on a run-scoring sac fly in the bottom of the fourth inning that was followed by back-to-back home runs from Anthony Rendon and Juan Soto. Harper finished the night 1-for-4 with the big RBI and a run scored. This is the first 100-RBI campaign for the 25-year-old impending free agent superstar.
Bryce Harper was ejected from Thursday's game against the Mets for arguing balls and strikes.
Advice: Harper was rung up in a one-run game in the bottom of the 12th, and he was clearly not a fan of the call. Home plate umpire D.J. Reyburn wasn't a fan of Harper's reaction, so he ran him. Such is life.
Bryce Harper walked all five times up against the Marlins on Tuesday.
Advice: Harper has 123 walks, which is one off his career high. Since Barry Bonds retired, only Jose Bautista (once) and Joey Votto (three times) have reached 130 walks. Harper should get there, but he probably won't reach Votto's high total of 143.
Bryce Harper went 2-for-3 with a two-run homer Sunday in the Nationals’ 6-4 win over the Braves.
Advice: Harper tattooed a towering 431-foot two-run blast to center field off Braves starter Sean Newcomb in the first inning. It was his fourth round-tripper in 15 games this month and ninth homer off a lefty this season. He reached base safely in four of five plate appearances and scored three times in this one. The 25-year-old impending free agent is hitting a robust .249/.391/.505 with 97 runs scored, 34 homers, 97 RBI and 12 stolen bases in 639 plate appearances.