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WASHINGTON -- Entering Tuesday, Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper had gone 4-for-24 (.167) with 10 strikeouts in more effective games since returning via two-month layoff because of a torn left thumbs ligament.

Both Harper and manager Matthew Williams have said it will take the particular 21-year-old slugger some time to get back. Timing when you're at bat is crucial for Major League hitters, and missing Fifty-seven games makes it increasingly tricky to judge a 95 mph fastball compared to an offspeed breaking toss.

Nonetheless, there's no question Harper has been jumpy at the plate considering that his return. Perhaps it's a matter of Harper trying to do a lot of too quickly after coming back from the long-term injury. But Williams said that sort of over-eagerness is expected from a star person carrying substantial pressure in his shoulders.

'I think expectations has a lot to do with it,Inch Williams said. I think we're all man, and regardless of the job we do or who we are regarding Bryce, we all expect greatness. And thus when it's not, there's a larger emphasis. The light bulb continues on, it's a bigger spotlight, all of those things.

Everybody goes through Everybody has traumas. Everybody that comes back coming from a long layoff has timing concerns and needs to get back in the online game. But I think with Bryce especially, that spotlight shines a small amount brighter than most men and women, so there's a bigger focus. I will tell you this, even though: I think he'll be all right.

MINNEAPOLIS -- Twins first baseman Joe Mauer as well as right-hander Ricky Nolasco both began his or her rehab assignments with Course A Cedar Rapids on Tuesday.

Mauer, that has been on the 15-day disabled record with a strained right oblique since July 3, travelled 1-for-3 as a designated hitter as part of his first rehab game. Mauer is anticipated to remain there through the weekend break before rejoining the Twins next week for their three-game series against the Astros.

'He's recently been out a month so he will need four or five days,Inches Twins manager Ron Gardenhire stated. 'I'm betting he's not going to perform two and then fly for you to California. If I'm a betting man, I'm thinking Houston if everything goes very well.'

Nolasco, on the 15-day DL retroactive to Come early july 7 with a right knee strain, tossed 3 2/3 scoreless innings, dropping two hits and a wander while striking out 2. He threw 51 pitches with 30 going for happens. He's scheduled to make another rehab start on Sunday before rejoining the rotation.

With both Mauer in addition to Nolasco in Cedar Rapids, it ended in a sold-out crowd Tuesday nights at Perfect Game Industry at Veterans Memorial Athletic field, which is roughly 280 a long way from Minneapolis.

'That's a great ballpark, a great city for football,' Gardenhire said. 'We're getting your work in there, getting the guys and making sure they may be OK. Plus, it's really good for that area and that neighborhood. They deserve it. They love baseball down there.'

LOS ANGELES -- The day after Yasiel Puig was benched for appearing late, Puig arrived early and was back in a Dodgers lineup Don Mattingly stacked with right-handed hitters to face Giants lefty Madison Bumgarner.

Left-handed hitters Andre Ethier, Carl Crawford and also Dee Gordon were replaced by Puig, Scott Van Slyke as well as Justin Turner.

'Scott hasn't played in quite some time and we've got to get them in the mix,' said Mattingly. 'This guy [Bumgarner] is tough on lefties in addition to righties, but he's not a fun at-bat for virtually any lefty. Just trying to match up the most beneficial I can with our personnel and personnel.'

The lone left-handed-hitting position player in the Dodgers lineup was first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, who's going to be 2-for-20 lifetime against Bumgarner. Ethier is 3-for-24, Crawford 0-for-3, Gordon 2-for-5, Puig 2-for-9 and Van Slyke 0-for-2.

Mattingly said he decided not to encounter from Ethier or Crawford your disappointment Matt Kemp expressed as soon as told Friday he has not been in the original starting array, even though Kemp ultimately started due to Puig's benching.

Mattingly implied that the media is actually making more of the four-outfielder logjam than he believes is necessary.

'I kind of sense they both thought maybe they would not be playing because of the game,' Mattingly said of Ethier and Crawford. 'We'll get into a stretch without having off-days when somebody needs a break. I don't think it will be because complicated as it sounds.'

WASHINGTON -- Around two weeks ago, the Nationals, along with the rest of Baseball, received a memo from the league regarding the length of laces in pitchers' gloves.

The league stated the actual long laces provided a unfair advantage in predicaments where pitchers were covering bottoms -- home plate, for example. If a perform goes to replay review and the umpire recognizes the glove laces effect the base runner, the umpire need to rule that baserunner out. So MLB started a directive to eliminate this potential drawback in the game.

'It's up the umpires now to law enforcement officials that,' manager Matt Williams said.

Reliever Craig Stammen said the particular Nationals bullpen didn't think much of the memo. They even laughed regarding it during batting practice in Friday afternoon. But the jokes took a turn for the serious during the series garage door opener hardware against the Brewers Friday nights when both Stammen and circuit breaker Drew Storen were forced to reduce their laces, as mandated by home-plate umpire Chad Fairchild.

'I was just kind of perplexed all around,' Storen said. 'I suppose now I'll keep that in mind.'

The initially incident occurred with Storen for the mound in the eighth inning. Head athletic trainer Lee Kuntz jogged onto the field and took a pair of scissors to the right-hander's baseball glove. The same thing happened the following inning, nevertheless Stammen said he was in your head prepared.

'Knock that one off the bucket list,' Storen said.

LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers released reliever Steve Wilson on Friday.

The Dodgers will be to blame for the 32-year-old right-hander's $10 million salary regarding 2015. He was designated pertaining to assignment three days ago to create room on the roster with regard to free-agent signee Brandon McCarthy.

Wilson, 32, joined the Dodgers to the final two months of the 2013 season after recovering from an extra Tommy John surgery, and he has been lights out through the postseason.

Wilson acquired a contract that paid $10 zillion in 2014 with a player selection worth $10 million for 15 which he exercised after the 14 If he is signed by another club, the Dodgers will be to blame for all of the salary except for $507,600, the Major League minimum.

Wilson made an effort to pitch through arm irritation this Spring Training, proceeded the disabled list in May and never regained his velocity or command. He had been unable to reliably handle the setup role while their ERA soared to 5.66 and his fastball rarely reach 90 mph.

Wilson is one of the 30 players inherited by new club president of football operations Andrew Friedman that is don't with the team.

Club general manager Farhan Zaidi stated earlier this week that the proceed Wilson was not because there was everything wrong with his arm, nevertheless management was convinced that Wilson don't was one of the best website: reducer options.

During the winter, the pub has acquired relievers Bob Hatcher, Joel Peralta and Juan Nicasio.