Bryce Harper will play left field in Potomac as he begins his rehab assignment, but he'll move to center field Tuesday.
Outfielder Bryce Harper's rehab assignment plan is for him to play Monday and Tuesday at Class A Potomac.
Wilson Ramos and Bryce Harper are nearing minor league assignments, the final step before they return to the Nationals.
Bryce Harper wants to play seven or eight rehab games, but Thursday his swing looked ready in batting practice.
Matt Williams lays out a new, varied plan for the Nationals' lineup once Bryce Harper returns.
Bryce Harper swung a bat with both hands Tuesday, but his ensuing return probably won't lead to a shakeup.
The outfielder will be eased back into baseball activities slowly by gripping a bat and playing light catch next week.
Matt Williams says that when Bryce Harper comes off the disabled list, he'll play left and Ryan Zimmerman will return to the position that troubles him.
Bryce Harper says he wants to play center field once he returns, which won't happen until he's "100 percent."
Harper has been lifting, throwing a baseball and fielding light grounders but can't hit or play catch yet.