Bryce Harper likely has never hit ninth in his life. But tonight he will find himself sitting at the very bottom of a National League All-Star lineup.
Bryce Harper will be front-and-center over the next 48 hours in New York. Here's a primer for the young slugger (and his fellow Nationals) at the All-Star Game.
Washington scored just two runs through nine innings, but exploded for three in the 10th inning to notch a 5-2 win over Miami on the eve of the All-Star Break.
Dealing with lingering neck soreness, the Nationals' Jordan Zimmermann will not pitch in Tuesday's All-Star Game.