Bryce Harper escapes injury after 97 mph pitch to face

Philadelphia right fielder Bryce Harper, who left the PhilliesWednesday night road game against the St. Louis Cardinals after getting hit in the face by a pitch, avoided serious injury.

Cardinals left-hander Genesis Cabrera hit him in the face with a 97 mph fastball to lead off the sixth inning. Harper left the field under his own power despite visibly bleeding.
試合後, Harper posted on Instagram: “Everything feels good. Everything came back good — CT (scan), all that kind of stuff. そう, face is still there. 私たちは皆元気です. See you guys soon.
    Cabrera also plunked Didi Gregorius in the back with his next pitch, making it two hit batters on the first two hitters he faced after replacing starter Johan Oviedo. The umpires warned both teams, which prompted Phillies manager Joe Girardi to earn an ejection while arguing.
      The Phillies eventually won 5-3.
          ハーパー, 28, went 0-for-2 before leaving, leaving his season batting average at .321. He has six homers and 10 打点 23 ゲーム.
          A six-time All-Star, Harper was the National League Rookie of the Year in 2012 and the NL’s Most Valuable Player in 2015, both while he was with the Washington Nationals. He is in his third season with the Phillies, and he has a career .277/.388/.515 batting line with 238 本塁打と 678 打点 1,165 ゲーム.




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