Bryce Harper After Taking IV Goes 4-5 as Nats Beat Marlins 6-1

An ailing Bryce Harper required intravenous fluids before the game, vomited once between innings and repeatedly bent over in discomfort before stepping into the batter’s box. His swing was as robust as ever, though.

 Back in the lineup after missing one game with the flu, Harper went 4-for-5 on Wednesday night to hike his average to .364 and lead the Washington Nationals past the Miami Marlins 6-1. “I didn’t feel very good at all,” Harper said. “Getting in the box and swinging made my head spin a little bit.”

 He made the Marlins dizzy, too, and helped Ross Detwiler earn his first victory of the year. Harper singled in his first two at-bats, doubled and scored in the sixth inning and drove in Washington’s final run by beating out an infield hit.



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