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Check Out the Bipartisan Bryce Bros

HOH is feeling the bipartisan love, at least when it comes to Senate leaders’ affections for Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper.

As our colleagues at #WGDB reported, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., have found something they agree on: Wishing that Washington Nationals star player Harper gets better after his run-in with Dodger Stadium on Monday night.

Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper, left and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid hang out at Nationals Park last year shortly after Harper's call up to the majors. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call.)
Harper, left and Reid hang out at Nationals Park last year shortly after Harper’s call up to the majors. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

 

In a game late Monday night, Harper slammed into an outfield wall at Dodger Stadium and required 11 stitches in his chin. The Nationals won 6-2. Harper was examined by physicians, and X-rays came back negative for a concussion, according to The Washington Post. According to MLB.com, Harper’s playing status is day-to-day.

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