Bryce Harper injures left knee, leaves game

Bryce Harper injures left knee, leaves game

Bryce Harper injures left knee, leaves game

Bryce Harper injured his knee and had to be removed from the game on a play at first base in which his leg landed awkwardly.

Saturday's game started after a three-hour rain delay in D.C., and it's unclear how much the damp conditions affected the basepaths.

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Harper slipped on the bag, had to be helped off field. He had seemingly returned to MVP form in 2017 after a down year in 2016, playing like the 2015 version that was named National League MVP at 22 years old. With Adam Eaton already out for the year with a torn ACL, the World Series contenders are getting thin in the outfield.

The Nationals lead the Giants 2-1 after one inning thanks to a RBI double by Ryan Zimmerman and run-scoring single from Daniel Murphy, but now the Nationals await word on the extent of the injury to Harper.

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