Harper went 1-for-1 with a double and a walk Sunday in the Phillies' 5-4 loss to the Marlins.
Harper and the Phillies' rough series in Atlanta earlier this week eliminated the team from the playoff race, but the 28-year-old outfielder at least had a productive weekend to wrap up the season, going 5-for-10 with a home run and two doubles over the three games in Miami. The 2015 National League MVP should find himself as one of the frontrunners for the award once again this year, after he concluded the campaign with an MLB-best 1.044 OPS to go with 35 home runs, 101 runs, 84 RBI and 13 stolen bases.
Harper went 1-for-3 with a walk and a solo home run in Saturday's 3-0 win over the Pirates.
He pulverized a Wil Crowe offering in the third inning, putting it into the trees beyond the center-field fence for his 34th homer of the season. Harper's push for an MVP award continues -- over his last 33 games, he's slashing a mammoth .381/.507/.796 with 11 home runs and 30 RBI to help the Phillies stay in the playoff picture.
Harper went 2-for-4 with a double, a walk and two RBI in the Phillies' 5-3 win over the Mets on Saturday.
Harper has now doubled in five consecutive games to bring his total to 38 on the season, leaving him two shy of the Tigers' Jeimer Candelario and the Cardinals' Tommy Edman for the MLB lead. The 28-year-old is currently in the midst of a 14-game hitting streak, his longest as a member of the Phillies. With a 1.056 OPS to go with 33 home runs, 92 runs, 79 RBI and 13 steals, Harper is enjoying his best season since his 2015 National League MVP campaign with Washington. He remains a candidate to take home the hardware again in 2021, though the Padres' Fernando Tatis still looks like the favorite with two weeks left in the season.
Harper went 3-for-4 with a home run, two doubles, four RBI and three runs scored Thursday against the Cubs.
All of Harper's hits went for extra bases, highlighted by a three-run homer in the seventh inning. It was his 33rd home run of the season and seventh of September. The recent hot stretch has allowed Harper to lock in the fifth 30-homer campaign of his career, and he could also tally 100 runs, as his current total sits at 92.
Harper went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and a walk in Sunday's 5-4 loss to Colorado.
The 28-year-old is in great form at the plate, riding a nine-game hitting streak with six homers, nine RBI and seven runs scored in that span. Harper's having his best season since 2017 with a .307/.421/.611 slash line, 32 homers, 72 RBI, 87 runs scored and 12 stolen bases through 518 plate appearances.
Harper went 1-for-3 with a solo home run, a walk and an additional run scored in Saturday's 6-1 win over Colorado.
The outfielder provided some insurance with his seventh-inning missile off Colorado reliever Tyler Kinley. Harper has swatted 15 of his 31 homers this season since the start of August, a span of just 38 contests. He's riding an eight-game hitting streak that has boosted his slash line to .307/.420/.606 with 71 RBI, 86 runs scored and 12 stolen bases through 121 games overall.
Harper went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Thursday's loss to the Rockies.
Harper's first-inning homer off Antonio Senzatela was his 30th of the season -- he's now reached the 30-homer mark four times in his career and in each of his last three full seasons. The outfielder has hit safely in 17 of his last 19 games and leads all qualified hitters in baseball with a 1.019 OPS.
Harper went 1-for-1 with a solo home run, two RBI and three walks in the loss to the Brewers on Wednesday.
The right fielder took Freddy Peralta deep in the first inning before drawing a bases-loaded walk in the third, driving in teammate Travis Jankowski. The home run marked his 29th blast of the season. He has now secured at least one hit in 13 of his last 14 contests while batting .392 with six home runs and 16 RBI over that stretch.
Harper went 2-for-5 with a two-run home run and a second run scored in Monday's 7-4 win over the Nationals.
The 28-year-old tormented his former club once again, taking Josiah Gray deep in the first inning to give the Phillies a lead they would never relinquish. Harper has hit safely in seven straight games, slashing a majestic .462/.516/1.000 over that stretch with five doubles and three of his 26 homers on the year.
Harper went 2-for-3 with a two-run homer, a double, two walks and a strikeout in Friday's 7-6 win over the Diamondbacks.
Harper doubled in the bottom of the first inning Friday, and he continued to display his power with his home run in the third frame. The 28-year-old has five extra-base hits in his last three games, and he's gone 6-for-10 with two homers, three doubles, six RBI and three runs during that time.
Harper went 2-for-3 with a two-run home run and a walk Wednesday against the Rays.
Harper took Shawn Armstrong yard in the fifth inning to record his 24th homer of the season. He now has three home runs in his last 10 games to go along with eight RBI and five runs scored. For the season, Harper has delivered an excellent .293/.412/.567 line with 72 runs scored and 54 RBI across 442 plate appearances.
Harper went hitless across four plate appearances in Wednesday's 4-2 loss to the Diamondbacks.
With a lineout and three popouts on the night, Harper saw an epic 24-game on-base streak come to an end. During that stretch, Harper slashed .352/.520/.803 with seven home runs and four stolen bases, propelling the Phillies up the standings along the way while improving his case for his second National League MVP award. He'll remain in the lineup Thursday as the Phillies look to avoid a series sweep in Arizona, batting third and manning right field.
Harper went 1-for-2 with a solo home run, two runs scored and two walks Thursday against the Dodgers.
Harper took Mitch White deep in the opening frame to record his 21st home run of the season. Although that was his lone hit in the team's three-game set against the Dodgers, Harper reached base in every contest and drew four total walks. Thursday's effort also continued Harper's August power surge, as he has now delivered five homers in his last 11 games. Overall, he has maintained a .298/.413/.568 line with 67 runs scored, 46 RBI and 12 stolen bases across 395 plate appearances.
Harper went 1-for-3 with a solo home run -- his 20th of the season -- in Sunday's 3-0 win over the Mets.
In the three weeks since the All-Star break, Harper has been one of the top hitters in baseball and may have emerged as a contender for the National League MVP award. Through 23 second-half games, Harper has gone hitless on just four occasions while supplying a monstrous .370/.516/.740 slash line to go with five home runs and five stolen bases. Harper's heroics have been a major reason why the Phillies -- winners of eight straight -- have surged ahead of the slumping Mets for first place in the NL East.
Harper went 1-for-4 with a solo home run and two runs scored in Thursday's victory over the Phillies.
Harper took Joe Ross deep to center field in the third inning to give the Phillies a 2-0 lead. It was the 18th homer of the year for Harper, who is a scorching 9-for-19 (.474) with a pair of long balls during a six-game hitting streak. He's slashing .305/.417/.563 with 42 RBI and 12 stolen bases (13 attempts) in 372 plate appearances overall this season.
Harper went 3-for-5 with a double, two runs scored and two RBI in Wednesday's 9-5 win over the Nationals.
The 28-year-old seems to love nothing more than sticking it to his former club. This year alone, Harper has hit safely in all 13 games he's started against the Nats, going 20-for-48 (.417) with five doubles, five homers, nine RBI and 15 runs. For the season, he's slashing .306/.417/.557 with 17 home runs, 12 steals, 41 RBI and 61 runs through 87 contests.
Harper went 1-for-4 with a solo home run during Tuesday's win against the Nationals.
Harper took Javy Guerra deep in the eighth inning. Despite dealing with back spasms last week, the 28-year-old has now hit safely in nine of his last 10 contests. On the season, he's batting .301/.414/.553 with 17 long balls and 25 doubles.
Harper (back) is starting Friday's game against the Pirates.
Harper exited Thursday's nightcap against the Nationals due to back spasms, but he won't miss any additional time. He's gone 6-for-11 with a home run, two doubles, three runs, two RBI and six walks across his last five games.
Harper was removed from Game 2 of Thursday's doubleheader against the Nationals with back spasms, Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
It's not believed to be a serious issue, as Harper expects to be back in the lineup for Friday's series opener in Pittsburgh. The 28-year-old should be considered day-to-day for now.
Harper exited the second game of Thursday's doubleheader with the Nationals in the bottom of the third inning with an apparent injury, Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Harper started both ends of the twin bill, reaching base in all four of his plate appearances on the day (one double, three walks) before departing when his second turn through the batting order came up in Game 2. According to Lauber, Harper appeared to be hurting when he made an error in the outfield in the top of the third, so the Phillies opted to pull him from the contest to further evaluate him. Expect the team to provide an update on Harper's condition later Thursday or shortly before Friday's series opener in Pittsburgh.
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