Bryce Harper Leaves Game vs. Giants with Knee Injury

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Bryce Harper appeared to injure his left knee when he slipped on a wet first base, a potentially devastating blow to the NL East-leading Washington Nationals.

Outfielder Bryce Harper exited the Washington Nationals' series opener against the San Francisco Giants at Nationals Park late Saturday night with an apparent left knee injury during the first inning.

After writhing in pain on the ground for a couple of minutes, Harper was helped off the field with assistance from trainer Paul Lessard and hitting coach Rick Schu. Saturday's game was delayed three hours with more inclement weather and the rain conditions came into play right away. Harper remained on the ground for an extended period of time. Harper was not putting any weight on his leg.

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Because of a bevy of injuries, the Nationals have used 12 outfielders this season.

Edwin Jackson (2-2, 3.75 ERA with Washington) of the Nationals was slated to face Chris Stratton (0-2, 6.63 ERA) of the Giants in the pitching matchup Friday.

This story will be updated.

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