Papelbon attacks Bryce Harper in dugout fight
A disappointing season for the Washington Nationals took an ugly turn on Sunday when closer Jonathan Papelbon attacked MVP candidate Bryce Harper in the dugout during the eighth inning of their game against the Philadelphia Phillies.
Papelbon appeared to chide Harper for not running out a ball after he hit a pop fly to left field. Harper peeled off after the ball was caught and returned to the Nationals dugout, and Papelbon began yelling at him while Harper was several feet from the mouth of the dugout.
He moved toward the steps as Harper approached, and Harper appeared to tell Papelbon to... read more
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