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Bryce Harper Is the Latest MLB Star to Be Sidelined by Injury in 2017

SI.com Monday, 14 August 2017 ()
The Nationals got good news when X-rays revealed Bryce Harper did not sustain ligament damage on the nasty fall he took Saturday night, but baseball will still feel the loss of its star as he's indefinitely sidelined.
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News video: Bryce Harper Diagnosed With Bone Bruise In Left Knee

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Bryce Harper was diagnosed with a significant bone bruise in his left knee following an awkward looking tumble in Saturday's game against the Giants.

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