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2018 Schedule
48-48, 3rd in NL East

Matt Marrone ESPN.com 

Tonight's Home Run Derby Field: Aguilar, Báez, Bregman, Freeman, Harper, Hoskins, Muncy, Schwarber. Let's do this!

Matt Marrone ESPN.com 

I'm calling it right now: The MVP of the 2018 MLB All-Star Game at Nationals Park is this mist machine in the center-field concourse.

Scherzer excited to pitch against the best at home in ASG (1:25)

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Bryce Harper on his first half: "I look up there and see my average as well, and I look up there and go, 'Aw man, well that sucks.' But I look over a little bit to the right side of that and see 23 homers and 53 RBIs and 80 walks and runs scored and stuff like that. I don't know. Should I be hitting .300 or .280? Yeah, absolutely. But I guess I am where I'm at, and hopefully the only way I can go is up."

Harper not feeling added pressure being in D.C. for ASG (0:47)

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Bryce Harper on how to beat the shift: "You can't. If you hit a ball in the hole, then you're out. If you hit a ball up the middle, you're out. If I have a kid, I'm not going to tell him to stay through the middle anymore because if you hit a ball up the middle, you're out. I guess guys could bunt down the first-base line or third-base line if they shift you the other way. But you don't get paid to bunt. If you hit it over all of them, that's how you beat it."

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Tarp off!

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Grounds crew standing by; a passing rainstorm and thunder and lightning headed to the Washington DC area.

AP Photo/Susan Walsh

Harper bats 6th in All-Star Game in home park

Bryce Harper will get to enjoy at least one more grand celebration as a hometown fan favorite at Nationals Park when he trots out to right field at the beginning of the All-Star Game.


BBTN: Live Show From All-Star In Washington, D.C

Live from D.C., Buster, Karl Ravech and Tim Kurkjian discuss trade rumors around the Beltway, their takeaways from the first half and more. Plus, Sarah Langs joins for a special edition of "The Numbers Game" (31:59), Todd Radom stares down Buster & Josh for a live quiz (37:35) and Bleacher Tweets come from the audience (45:15).

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Fathers Day in July: Bryce Harper confirmed that his dad will, in fact, be his Home Run Derby pitcher tonight. His advice for his pops? "Throw strikes."

Scherzer honored to be starting ASG in front of hometown fans (0:39)

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Here are your AL and NL All-Star lineups!

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Lifelong Yankees fan Todd Plourde won the right to name his son "Bryce" after beating his wife at mini golf (she wanted "Avery"). Six years later, the Wallingford, CT resident - who made the six-hour drive to DC to take in the All-Star festivities with his boy - isn't spooked by his favorite player's first-half slump. "Oh my god yeah," says Plourde when asked if he'd like to see Bryce Harper sign with New York this winter. "Yankee Stadium is built for him. He'll hit 60 home runs there. Just gotta find a position for him. I'd put him at first base."

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Scherzer, Sale named All-Star Game starters

Nationals ace Max Scherzer will start for the National League in the All-Star Game on his home field Tuesday. Red Sox ace Chris Sale will make his third consecutive start for the American League.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Nats ace Max Scherzer on being named the NL starter for Tuesday's All-Star Game at his home park in DC: "Just a dream come true." Teammate Bryce Harper will bat sixth and play...centerfield.

Murphy gives Nationals lead with 2-run single (0:26)
Harper's rough first half may cost him in free agency (2:38)
AP Photo/Alex Brandon

Harper gets talking to day after jogging to 1B

After Nationals star Bryce Harper failed to run to first base after a ground ball Friday, manager Dave Martinez said he spoke to the star about the incident and that there were no lingering issues.

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Martinez talks to Harper over not running

Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez met with star Bryce Harper on Saturday a day after the outfielder failed to run out a ground ball in the fifth inning of Washington's 4-2 loss to the New York Mets.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24419th
On Base Percentage.32210th
Slugging Percentage.40118th
Earned Run Average3.8713th
Quality Starts49Tied-11th