During a tough loss 3-1 loss to the patently mediocre Detroit Tigers
“I’d do the same thing,” Harper said in response to the boos. “It’s not fun to lose, it’s not fun to watch when you’re playing that way. [I was] 0-for-4 with two punchies, I’m probably thinking the same thing walking back to the dugout.”
Tuesday night was just not Harper's night. The 26-year-old
Bryce Harper now batting in .240s for the 3rd time in last 4 years.— Rudy Gersten (@DCBarno) May 1, 2019
•Batting .187 since second week of season (15 for 80).
•On pace for 212 strikeouts (5th most in MLB history)
•Booed by home crowd in Philly again last night. pic.twitter.com/AszkUNlxkt
Harper is not playing his best right now, and it's starting to rear its ugly head. Since April 6, in 22 games, he is batting .188 with three home runs, 15 RBI, and a .692 OPS, with