Washington Post "As the Washington Nationals seek to augment a roster core they believe is built for long-term success, an unusual and previously unreported aspect of outfielder Bryce Harper’s contract remains unresolved. Harper, the No. 1 overall selection in the 2010 draft, reached an oral agreement on his..." November 16
Masn "The Nationals announced this morning that three players - Stephen Strasburg, Bryce Harper and Adam LaRoche - underwent "successful" surgery this week. All three guys are expected to be ready for the start of spring training. Strasburg underwent arthroscopic surgery to remove bone chips from his..." October 26
Washington Post "Bryce Harper will not be watching the playoffs he said. He won’t even pay attention to the results. He cannot stomach postseason baseball when his team has been eliminated. “I couldn’t care less about it” Harper said. “I like college football. I’ll be watching that.” Harper eventually plans to..." September 30
Washington Times "Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper is a devout Mormon but he’s not going to advocate his faith like football player Tim Tebow. “If somebody asks me about it I’ll tell them about it but I’m not going to be Mr. Tim Tebow” Harper said quickly clarifying that he does not mean that in a..." September 27
Washington Post "In the middle of the first inning Thursday night Bryce Harper and Jayson Werth pulled on their batting gloves and helmets together by the bat rack. In the Washington Nationals’ dugout they gave one another the usual pump-up speech — “Come on let’s get him whatever” Werth said later. Harper’s mind..." September 20
CBSSports.com "Young Nationals star Bryce Harper just keeps making age-related history. Thursday night he hit a three-run homer in the first inning. It was his 20th of the season. He's only 20 years old. He hit 22 homers last season. If you can read headlines you already know this but we'll reiterate: Harper..." September 19
Davey says if all goes well in next 24 hours Harper will be in lineup tomorrow.
#Nats OF Bryce Harper will be out of action for two more days. Harper had test done on the hip and the doctors found inflammation. That’s it
ESPN.com "Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper is headed back to Washington D.C. to undergo tests on his hip. Harper who has been battling hip issues recently aggravated the issue during batting practice before Saturday's game. Harper was scratched with what manager Davey Johnson said after the game was..." September 08
Bryce Harper scratched at the last minute for the Nats. Tyler Moore playing left for him.
Nats Insider "Anybody watching Bryce Harper during Monday night’s 3-2 loss to the Phillies could tell the Nationals outfielder was less than 100 percent healthy. Harper took awkward swings he labored to get down the first-base line and he gingerly took his position in the field between innings. In the middle..." September 03
CBSSports.com "Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper missed more than a month with left knee buristis earlier this season and it's possible it is still preventing him from playing at full speed. If things don't improve in the coming weeks offseason surgery could be an option according to Dan Kolko of MASN..." September 01
Washington Post "It started with a small question. Scott Boras turned the conversation into a dissertation on the future of baseball’s economic structure and how it could lead the Nationals to sign client Bryce Harper – without ever mentioning his name – to a 12-year contract. Boras and several members of his..." August 28
Scott Boras at the yard today. He laid out a not-so-abstract case for the Nats signing Bryce Harper to a 12-year contract.
Bryce Harper has been scratched from the #Nats lineup vs. ATL tonight after meeting with manager Davey Johnson and trainer.
Harper by the way felt hip spasm during 7th inn AB. Not concerned it's anything.
Hardball Talk "Bryce Harper missed all of June with bursitis in his left knee and required treatment for the joint earlier this week. Now the situation has worsened further. According to Mark Zuckerman of CSN Washington Harper is not in the Nationals’ starting lineup for Game 2 of Friday’s day-night..." July 26
Washington Post "After the most devastating moment of a disheartening season the Washington Nationals received a necessary reminder. They may have been stuck in a crushing skid. Their axles and wheels may have been flying in every direction. So many factions of the team may have failed them. But they still had..." July 25
Washington Post "It was always him and his dad. That’s how Bryce Harper remembers it. He would wait for Ron Harper to come home from his shift as an ironworker, a 5-year-old bundle of energy pleading for a pitcher. Out they would head, either into the family garage or to one of the dusty Las Vegas diamonds near..." July 16
MLB.com "Yoenis Cespedes might not be an actual All-Star, but he was the undisputed star on Monday night after winning his first Chevrolet Home Run Derby title. With nine homers in the finals, Cespedes topped Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper, who hit eight. Cespedes put on a show for the sold-out..." July 16
MLB.com "Three sluggers who have made the finals of the annual All-Star Home Run Derbywill be back on stage next Monday at Citi Field to try to capture another trophy. To achieve that goal, though, they'll have to fend off a talented group of challengers, including the Major League home run leader. It..." July 08
CBSSports.com "Bryce Harper rejoined the Nationals about a week ago after missing more than a month with a left knee injury. He slammed into the outfield wall in mid-May and tried to play through, but eventually he went on the DL and was nursed back to health. The 20-year-old Harper has one hit (a home run)..." July 06
MLB.com "Nationals manager Davey Johnson said after Friday's 8-5 win over the Padres that struggling left fielder Bryce Harper is "grinding too hard," and likely will be out of the lineup for the next two games. "I'll probably give Harper a couple days off," Johnson said. "I think he's just fighting..." July 06
CBSSports.com "Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper is going to return to the lineup Monday, according to reports from all the major news outlets covering the team, including the Washington Post. He hasn't played for the Nats since May 26 due to knee bursitis which stemmed from running into the right-field wall in..." July 01
Masn "After kicking off his rehab assignment at high Single-A Potomac and playing two games with the P-Nats, Bryce Harper has moved on to Double-A Harrisburg. Harper has joined the Senators for their four-game series against Bowie, allowing him to jump up a level while also staying local. Harper, who..." June 27
Davey says unlikely Harper comes off DL this weekend. More likely he returns next week.
Nats Insider "After two successful rounds of batting practice at Nationals Park the last two days, Bryce Harper will begin a rehab assignment with Class A Potomac tomorrow night. Harper originally didn't expect to be ready to appear in a game until Wednesday at the earliest but bumped up the schedule after..." June 24
CBSSports.com "Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper hasn't played since May 26 because of bursitis in his left knee -- the result of his running into the Dodger Stadium outfield wall in the middle of last month. Harper has been on the DL for some time, but now a minor-league rehab assignment is within sight...." June 22
Davey says Bryce Harper will hit in the cage today, "so he's close." Still no precise timetable for rehab assignment, etc.
ESPN.com "Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper has been cleared to begin testing his injured knee a week after receiving a cortisone shot and a platelet-rich plasma injection into the joint, according to local media reports. Harper, placed on the disabled list June 1 for bursitis in the left..." June 18
Washington Post "Bryce Harper underwent “no operative procedures” in his Monday visit with orthopedist Dr. James Andrews, his agent Scott Boras said. Harper was seen wearing a bulky knee brace at the Atlanta airport in a photo uploaded to Twitter. Boras described the knee brace “precautionary” and in place “just..." June 11
The plan is for Harper to rest for one week and then the docs will reevaluate him. Knee was put in brace solely to rest it.
Washington Post "Bryce Harper walked out of the Nationals clubhouse this morning with a backwards cap and a small black bag hanging on his shoulder, headed to catch his flight to the Andrews Institute in Pensacola, Fla. Harper will see high-profile orthopedist Dr. James Andrews on Monday morning for a second..." June 09
Davey says Harper will have knee examined by James Andrews on Monday. Obviously not coming off DL on Tuesday.
Nats Insider "Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper will seek a second opinion on his swollen left knee from Dr. James Andrews, manager Davey Johnson revealed on Thursday. “The negative news is that Bryce did a little running in the water and his knee has been swelling up,” Johnson said. “He’s going to see..." June 06
Washington Post "Time will tell if Bryce Harper is Roy Hobbs or Bump Bailey, but the Washington Nationals have a chance to shape his legacy more toward “the greatest there ever was” status and less toward running through a wall and killing himself. (If you haven’t, read “The Natural.” Beats the movie all..." June 03
MLB.com ""What's up?" is not the right question to ask Bryce Harper these days, even with the best of intentions. Last season's National League Rookie of the Year was placed on the 15-day disabled list prior to Saturday's game in Atlanta against the Braves (retroactive to May 27) with persistent left..." June 02
MLB.com "The Nationals on Saturday placed Bryce Harper on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Monday, due to bursitis in his left knee and recalled right-hander Erik Davis from Triple-A Syracuse. Harper missed the past five games, and the knee has bothered him since he crashed into the wall at..." June 01
Washington Times "After sitting out five straight games with bursitis in his left knee, Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper is “likely” headed to the disabled list on Saturday, a source with knowledge of the decision told The Washington Times. The Nationals called up right-hander Erik Davis late Friday..." June 01
Washington Times "For the first time in four days, Bryce Harper came out to the field Thursday evening and took batting practice with his teammates. He ran in the outfield, under the watchful eyes of the Washington Nationals’ trainers, and tested his swollen left knee. But he was still not in the lineup, and the..." June 01
Washington Post "Nationals Manager Davey Johnson hoped that Bryce Harper could return on Wednesday from an inflamed left knee and serve as the designated hitter. But before Tuesday’s game Johnson said the bursitis in Harper’s knee, which stems from a May 13 collision with the right field fence in Los Angeles, was..." May 29
Harper's knee still swollen. Davey says it's unlikely he'll be able to DH in Baltimore next two nights.
Bryce Harper out of the Nats' lineup.
Washington Post "Bryce Harper received an MRI on his swollen left knee and results showed no structural damage but was diagnosed with left knee bursitis. Harper, who is out of Monday’s lineup, aggravated his left knee injury when he slid head first into second base in the first inning of Sunday’s game, and..." May 27
Bryce Harper says he's probably going to have to deal with the bad knee all season. Doesn't think a few days off would help much.
Washington Post "After postgame comments in which he reportedly criticized Bryce Harper’s positioning in right field, Rafael Soriano insisted he isn’t upset with Harper for a play in the bottom of the ninth inning of Tuesday’s 4-2 10-inning loss to the Giants. With two outs and a runner on first, Harper chased..." May 23
Bryce Harper returns to the #nats lineup tonight.
Washington Post "Bryce Harper will miss tonight’s game against the Padres and possibly tomorrow with bruising and swelling in his left knee, one of several lingering effects from his violent collision with the right field wall at Dodger Stadium on Monday in Los Angeles. Harper, who missed games Tuesday and..." May 19