Only the Cardinals have been more successful at throwing out base-stealers than the Nationals.
Since his return late last week, the Nationals catcher is 4 for 10 with a home run, picking up right where he left off.
The catcher is back after missing 14 games with a strained right hamstring.
In other news, Wilson Ramos is expected to be activated from the disabled list on Thursday in Chicago.
Bryce Harper began his rehab appearance with a line-drive single, and Wilson Ramos hit another homer.
Wilson Ramos felt good after his first rehab game in Harrisburg, and he's on track to return next week.
The catcher is expected to play four rehab games before rejoining the Nationals in Chicago.
Wilson Ramos and Bryce Harper are nearing minor league assignments, the final step before they return to the Nationals.
The Nationals hope Ramos will be able to come off the disabled list when he is eligible to on June 26.
The Nationals catcher strained his hamstring during Wednesday night's game. He is hopeful of being back by the end of the month.