Harper car­ried off field af­ter fall.

The Denver Post - - SPORTS -

Bryce Harper left the Na­tion­als’ game against the Gi­ants with an ap­par­ent left knee in­jury. While run­ning out a ground ball to the right side of the in­field in the first in­ning Sat­ur­day night, Harper stepped on first base, avoided con­tact with first base­man Ry­der Jones and fell to the ground. Harper, who clutched his left knee af­ter go­ing down, was at­tended to by train­ers. He put no weight on his left leg as he was helped off the field by a coach and ath­letic trainer. … Na­tion­als right-han­der Stephen Stras­burg will make a mi­nor­league re­hab start Mon­day at Sin­gle-a Po­tomac. Stras­burg has been on the dis­abled list since late July with a right el­bow nerve im­pinge­ment. … The Yan­kees put right-han­der Masahiro Tanaka on the 10-day dis­abled list be­cause of shoul­der in­flam­ma­tion. … The Mets scratched sec­ond base­man Neil Walker from the start­ing lineup Sat­ur­day as they worked to fi­nal­ize a trade to send the vet­eran sec­ond base­man to the Brew­ers.

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