Bryce Harper raised the alarms with the Phillies when he accidentally hit a 96.9 mph fastball to the face from Génesis Cabrera in the duel against Cardinals, Despite the blow, the player said he was fine.
It was in the sixth inning when he faced Cabrera the ball went straight into Harper’s face, who had to leave the game with blood on his nose, forMinutes later he confirmed that the studies were negative and that he is fine.
“Everything feels good. It all worked out, CT, all that kind of thing. So the face is still there. We’re all fine. See you soon, “he said on social media.
The incident with Harper was not the only one and is that Cabrera hit Didi Gregorius provoking the fury of manager Joe Girardi with the umpires and a warning to both benches.