Bryce Harper left tonight's game after getting hit in the face with a 97 mph fastball.
Génesis Cabrera hits Bryce Harper in the face and Didi Gregorius in the ribs with his first two pitches
Benches get warned and Joe Girardi gets ejected, yelling "throw the ball over the fucking plate!" on his way out. Cardinals manager Mike Shildt yelled back
Bryce Harper wore one in the face tonight. Thank God he’s okay. Dude’s a beast.
Scary scene as Bryce Harper takes a HBP to the face but leaves the game under his own power
"Face is still there. We're all good."
Bryce Harper says "everything came back good" after taking a 97 mph fastball to the face.
Hoping Bryce Harper is ok. Just took 97 off the face
Bryce Harper tomorrow
Ricky Bo and John Kruk respond to the Cardinals in the aftermath of Bryce Harper and Didi Gregorius getting hit by a pitch:
Sam Coonrod screams at the Cardinals for hitting Bryce Harper & Didi Gregorius.
First showing of a player responding.
#Phillies #RingTheBell https://t.co/ENr0WD4Z4Z
Génesis Cabrera opened his media session by apologizing to Bryce Harper & closed it by asking if he could say one more thing. Here is his closing apology, through team translator Antonio Mujica.
Bryce Harper says he is OK 🙏🏼
Bryce Harper has been hit by a pitch, square in the face, on a 97 MPH fastball from Cardinals’ Genesis Cabrera.
#Phillies #Cardinals https://t.co/krGPUOKZzX
Bryce Harper was hit in the face by a 97 mph pitch.
Scary moment. He left the game under his own power 🙏
Cardinals pitcher Génesis Cabrera apologized to Bryce Harper in his post-game Zoom conference after hitting Harper in the face with a 97 MPH fastball.
“I’m really sorry for everything that happened today and none of it was intentional," Cabrera said.
🕯 is Okay 🕯
Bryce Harper just posted on Instagram that the CT scan came back clean. "My face is still there, so we're all good." https://t.co/pHwys41sCg
John Kruk is spot on here. Bryce Harper gets hit in the face and Didi in the ribs. You can’t give both teams a warning after that. https://t.co/DXeprdtWev
Génesis Cabrera, through #stlcards translator Antonio Mujica, starts his availability by apologizing to Bryce Harper and offering a prayer that he’s back soon. Says he didn’t have his command and was overthrowing.
Bryce Harper getting ready for tomorrow’s series finale against the Cardinals...
Bryce Harper takes a 97mph fastball to the face. No big deal.
I woke up with a charley horse the other night, rolled off the bed and gripped the sheets for a good 7-8 minutes. Tears in my eyes, doing this weird breathing through my teeth.
We’re all different.
Amazingly, Bryce Harper is OK after taking 97 mph fastball in the face. Was this the punch in the face the sleepwalking Phillies needed?
Uno de los grandes sustos del miércoles se dio en la MLB, cuando Bryce Harper (Philadelphia Phillies) tuvo que abandonar el juego ante los Cardinals por un pelotazo ¡en la cara! ¡Y a más de 156km por hora!
Génesis Cabrera golpeó a Bryce Harper en la cara y a Didi Gregorius en las costillas con sus dos primeros pitcheosm
Las bancas fueron advertidas y Joe Girardi fue expulsado, gritando "lanza la pelota sobre el j...o plato!" en su salida.
Good stuff from @MattGelb
on last night’s doings in St Louis and a good point by Cardinals manager Mike Shildt: “That’s a failure of the three-batter minimum” — but all of this is on the umps, they can remove the pitcher https://t.co/F5vQnlqRJX
Bryce Harper was far more composed after getting hit in the face with a baseball last night than I just was on a conference call pre coffee