Injury updates: Bryce Harper, Doug Fister, Anthony Rendon, and Jayson Werth (UPDATED)

The daily injury update, today on Fister, Rendon and Werth.

Old acquaintances Bryce Harper and Kris Bryant ready for first major league matchup

Once childhood teammates, Bryant and Harper will match up in the big leagues for the first time, now as two of the game's brightest young stars.

Nationals vs. Cubs discussion thread: Game 45

Discuss today's game with the Cubs — Tanner Roark vs. Tsuyoshi Wada — here.



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