Bryce Harper was held out of action on Sunday due to flu-like symptoms.
Nationals manager Matt Williams said Wednesday that he is leaning toward Bryce Harper batting fifth this season.
Nationals manager Matt Williams indicated Saturday that Bryce Harper will be a "full-go for spring training."
Bryce Harper (knee) indicated Saturday that he's pleased with where he's at in his rehab and that he began sprinting about three weeks ago.
Due to the unique nature of his contract, Bryce Harper could be facing a grievance hearing after the 2014 season to determine whether or not he's eligible for arbitration.
Bryce Harper underwent a successful surgical procedure on Wednesday to debride and repair the bursa in his ailing left knee.
Bryce Harper said Sunday that he plans to get "as big as a house" over the offseason.
Bryce Harper went 3-for-4 with a three-run homer that knocked in all of the Nationals' runs Thursday in a victory over the Marlins.
Bryce Harper finished 3-for-5 with two doubles, three runs scored and a steal in Sunday's 11-2 blowout win over the Phillies.
Bryce Harper (hip) is in the Nationals' starting lineup again on Thursday against the Mets.
Bryce Harper (hip) is back in the Nationals' starting lineup on Wednesday, batting cleanup and playing left field against the Mets.
Bryce Harper (hip) is expected to return Wednesday.
Bryce Harper (hip) will miss just two more games.
Bryce Harper will visit a doctor on Monday to discuss his hip injury.