There’s one reason kids stop playing baseball, they’re scared of getting hit in the face. Bryce Harper is not a fan of getting hit in the face, even though he’s a professional. Bryce Harper said he was “all good” after leaving Wednesday night’s win against the St. Louis Cardinals because he was hit in the face by a 96.9 mph fastball from reliever Genesis Cabrera.
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Harper walked off the field in St. Louis on his own accord in the sixth inning with the game tied 3-3, displaying some blood on the left side of his nose.
Cabrera apologized after the game for hitting Harper, saying he was “overthrowing and that’s why I missed the pitches.”
“My prayers go out to Bryce Harper,” he said. “I really wish him the best. I hope he has a speedy recovery. The game kind of got away from me at that point. I’m really sorry for everything that happened today; none of it was intentional.”
After the game Harper took to Instagram to give an update:
“Everything feels good,” he said. “Everything came back good — CT, all that kind of stuff. So, face is still there. We’re all good. See you guys soon.”
Getting hit in the face builds character, everyone knows that.
Nice work Bryce.