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Sep 30, 2022 1 0 0 0
Sep 29, 2022 3 0 0 0 2.5
Sep 28, 2022 0 0 0 2 1.5
Sep 27, 2022 2 0 0 1 4
Sep 25, 2022 0 1 0 1 3.5

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Batting Average
2022 3303.5 62 18 64 43 9 .294
2021 5463.9 101 35 84 100 13 .309
2020 220.53.8 41 13 33 49 8 .268
3y Avg. 4383.7 80 28 77 83 12 .281
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Three hits during loss

    Harper went 3-for-4 in Thursday's loss to the Cubs. Harper recently went through a 1-for-16 stretch over five games but has broken out of it with five knocks in his last three contests. In addition, the outfielder has tallied seven RBI during his last six games.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Breaks skid with two hits

    Harper went 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI in Tuesday's 2-1 loss against the Cubs. Harper provided all the offense for the Phillies on Tuesday with an RBI double in the top of the sixth inning. He also led off the ninth inning with a base hit but was quickly erased after J.T. Realmuto grounded into a fielder's choice. The two-hit effort comes after Harper was just 1-for-16 with seven strikeouts in his previous five games. He is slashing .292/.371/.540 through 391 plate appearances this season.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Clubs 17th home run

    Harper went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and an additional run scored in Wednesday's victory over the Marlins. With the Phillies down 1-0 in the top of the sixth, Harper took a 3-2 changeup from Edward Cabrera 404 feet to left center for his 17th long ball of the season. The homer was his second in the month of September, during which he is batting .194 with four RBI and six runs scored. The homer Wednesday coincides with a modest four-game hitting streak, as he looks to finish the season strong and record his ninth career 20-homer season.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Goes deep against Washington

    Harper went 1-for-4 with one homer, two RBI and two runs scored in Saturday's win over the Nationals. Harper blasted a two-run homer off righty starter Erick Fedde to tie the game with two outs in the third. The outfielder has been slumping in his last seven games, slashing .160/.276/.320 over 29 plate appearances. The 29-year-old has been better on the road this season, recording a 1.035 OPS in 170 plate appearances compared to a .861 OPS in 160 plate appearances at home.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Sitting out Friday

    Harper is not in the lineup for Friday's contest against the Nationals. Harper will sit on the bench Friday as the Nationals will begin the game with lefty Patrick Corbin on the mound. Alec Bohm will take over as Washington's designated hitter, causing Edmundo Sosa to pick up a start at third base.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Gets aboard five times

    Harper went 3-for-4 with two walks, one RBI and two runs scored in Wednesday's 18-2 win over the Diamondbacks. Every Phillie in the starting lineup recorded at least two hits in the massively lopsided contest. Harper led the way by getting on base five times, though he wasn't as directly involved in run production. The 29-year-old hasn't missed a beat since returning from a broken thumb, going 8-for-21 (.381) with two doubles, four RBI and three runs scored in six games since he was activated. He's up to a .323/.395/.589 slash line with 15 home runs, 52 RBI, 52 runs scored and nine stolen bases through 70 contests overall.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Drives in two runs

    Harper went 1-for-4 with a two-run single in Friday's 7-4 win over the Pirates. Harper ripped a two-run single as part of the Phillies' four-run first inning. It was his first game in two months since a lengthy stint on the injured list with a thumb injury. He's now slashing .317/.384/.593 with 50 RBI and 37 extra-base hits through 65 games on the year.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Back in action

    Harper (thumb) was reinstated from the 60-day injured list Friday and will bat cleanup while serving as the designated hitter Friday against the Pirates, Jim Salisbury of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Harper hasn't played in two months after fracturing his left thumb when a pitch hit his hand, but he's ready to go after just a pair of rehab games. He could hardly have done more to show he was ready in those two contests, as he went 5-for-8 with two homers and two doubles. He was having an excellent year prior to the injury, slashing .318/.385/.599 with 15 homers in 64 games, and he'll try to continue that form down the stretch as the Phillies look to end the league's second-longest playoff drought.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Returning Friday

    Harper (thumb) will be reinstated from the 60-day injured list Friday, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports. Harper isn't playing at Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Thursday, but he'll go through a workout and is set to be activated by the Phillies ahead of Friday's series opener against the Pirates. The 29-year-old performed well over two games during his rehab assignment, going 5-for-8 with two home runs, two doubles, six RBI and three runs. Harper is unlikely to play in the outfield down the stretch but should serve as the Phillies' everyday designated hitter once reinstated to the active roster.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: May be activated Thursday or Friday

    The Phillies could activate Harper (thumb) from the 60-day injured list Thursday or Friday, Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports. When Harper was cleared to begin a rehab assignment Tuesday at Triple-A Lehigh Valley, the expectation was that he would remain in the minors through the weekend while working to regain his timing at the plate following a two-month layoff from game action. However, he's looked more than ready to rejoin the Phillies based on how he's performed in his first two games at Lehigh Valley, as he's produced four extra-base hits (two home runs and two doubles) while striking out just once in 10 plate appearances. Since the Phillies have already seemed to rule out the possibility of Harper playing the outfield this season after he recently ended his throwing program when he experienced soreness in his sprained right elbow, the 29-year-old likely won't get much benefit from playing full games in the minors now that he's seemingly already dialed in at the plate. His potential return in the next day or two would provide a major lift for a Phillies squad that currently has a hold on one of the National League's three available wild-card spots.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Rehab assignment begins Tuesday

    Harper (thumb) will begin a rehab assignment at Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Tuesday, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports. Harper is expected to appear in Triple-A games through Saturday before resting Sunday. If he feels good throughout his rehab assignment, it's possible that he'll be cleared to rejoin the Phillies as early as Aug. 29, when the team begins a three-game series in Arizona. Before he underwent surgery on his left thumb in late June, Harper hadn't made a start in the outfield since April 16 while recovering from a UCL sprain in his right elbow. He had his throwing program shut down earlier this month after experiencing renewed soreness in his elbow, so he's expected to serve exclusively as a designated hitter for the Phillies when he eventually comes off the 60-day injured list.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Rehab assignment next week

    Harper (thumb) remains on schedule to begin a rehab assignment sometime next week, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports. He took batting practice again Friday and it went well, so everything is still going according to plan. Harper is recovering from a torn ligament in his right elbow in addition to a fractured thumb, and he's expected to return to the big-league lineup as the designated hitter around Sept. 1.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Goes on 60-day IL

    The Phillies transferred Harper (thumb) from the 10-day injured list to the 60-day IL on Thursday. Harper isn't dealing with any setback in his recovery from the surgery he underwent in late June for his fractured left thumb, but since his return isn't imminent the Phillies opted to move him to the 60-day IL to open up a 40-man roster spot for waiver pickup Bradley Zimmer. Though Harper recently had his throwing program shut down and appears unlikely to be ready to play the outfield again this season while recovering from a torn ligament in his right elbow, he's still on track to rejoin the Phillies as a full-time designated hitter, likely on or around Sept. 1. He's scheduled to take another round of batting practice at some point this weekend, and if all goes well, he could head out on a minor-league rehab assignment as soon as next Tuesday.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: May start rehab assignment Tuesday

    Harper (thumb) took a round of batting practice Wednesday and will do so again later this week before potentially beginning a minor-league rehab assignment next Tuesday, Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Interim manager Rob Thomson said that if Harper's surgically repaired left thumb checks out fine following the two rounds of BP, the reigning National League MVP will likely report to Triple-A Lehigh Valley to resume game action. Before landing on the IL on June 26, Harper had been serving exclusively as a designated hitter for Philadelphia since mid-April due to a torn ligament in his right elbow. Despite having ample time off to heal, Harper doesn't look on track to play the outfield again in 2022, as he had his throwing program tabled earlier this month when he experienced some stiffness in the elbow. The playoff-hopeful Phillies would still obviously welcome Harper back in an offense-only role, and though an official timeline for his return hasn't been established, club officials told Lauber that the 29-year-old is expected to be activated on or around Sept. 1 if he remains free of setbacks over the next couple of weeks.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Takes cuts Monday

    Harper (thumb) took 60 swings Monday, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports. A few of Harper's cuts came against a pitching machine, but of greater import were the swings he got in against a pitcher -- the first he has taken since undergoing surgery on his injured thumb. Harper is scheduled to get in a similar session Wednesday, and barring any setbacks he could be ready for a rehab assignment shortly after. Interim manager Rob Thomson indicated that is unlikely to begin this weekend, but it could at some point next week.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Set to hit Monday

    Harper (thumb) will take batting practice on the field Monday, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. Harper has not gotten in any cuts in an open setting since undergoing surgery on his left thumb, but he is set to do just that Monday. According to interim manager Rob Thomson, Harper is "progressing well" and is "getting closer to minor-league games.'
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Not yet facing pitchers

    Harper hasnt regained as much flexibility in his surgically repaired left thumb as anticipated and isn't yet ready to face pitchers, Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. The last couple updates on Harper's status were relatively positive, but over the past few days, he seemingly hasn't responded as well to his workouts as the Phillies had hopd. In addition to waiting to get back into the batter's box, Harper will also have his throwing program cut back due to "some stiffness" in his right elbow. Though the latest development isn't a great one for Harper, interim manager Rob Thomson remains optimistic, saying that he has "no doubt" the reigning NL MVP will return at some point this season. If and when Harper does return, it may come as a designated hitter now that he's had his throwing program tabled for the time being.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Targeting September return

    Harper (thumb) said Thursday he hopes to return from the injured list sometime in September, Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Harper has been sidelined since undergoing surgery to repair a fractured left thumb in late June, and he's been hesitant to put a timeline on his return from the 10-day IL other than suggesting that he intends to play again in 2022. As Lauber notes, Harper had the pins removed from his left thumb Monday, and he was able to begin a throwing program Wednesday after the time on the shelf had allowed him to heal up from the torn ligament in his right elbow that had limited him to designated-hitter duties since mid-April. Harper looks like he'll have a chance to complete his throwing program and resume an everyday role in right field once he's activated, but he'll still likely require a few weeks to ramp back up from both the elbow injury and thumb surgery.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Has pins removed

    Harper had his pins removed from his left thumb Monday, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports. Harper underwent surgery to repair a fractured left thumb in late June, but he'll be able to begin his ramp-up process now that his pins have been removed. The 29-year-old will likely require a few weeks before he's cleared to return to game action, but it's possible that he'll be able to return sometime in mid-to-late August.
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  • Phillies' Bryce Harper: Re-evaluation coming next Monday

    Harper wasn't cleared Monday to have pins removed from his surgically repaired left thumb and will be re-evaluated in one week, Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Harper will meet with his surgeon next Monday with the hope that he's shown enough healing from the procedure to have the pins removed. If that ends up being the case, Harper could be cleared to resume light baseball activities, but the reigning National League MVP still looks to be several weeks away from returning from the 10-day injured list. The fact that the Phillies haven't yet moved Harper to the 60-day IL keeps a return before the final week of August in play.
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