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Bryce Harper took Miami Marlins' starter Tom Koehler deep in three consecutive at bats earlier this season and got him again tonight for a three-run blast in the fifth that put the Washington Nationals up 5-2 in what ended up a 7-2 win in Marlins Park.
Washington Nationals' right fielder Bryce Harper suffered what Nats' skipper Matt Williams said was a "mild left hamstring strain" on a throw to home from right in the sixth inning of the Nationals' 5-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays in Nationals Park.
Washington Nationals' slugger Bryce Harper was 3 for 4 with his 14th home run in the Nats' 10-5 win over the San Diego Padres today in Petco Park. The Nationals took 3 of 4 in the series and won their 15th in the last 19.
The Atlanta Braves rallied to tie it at 6-6 in the eighth, but the Washington Nationals won it in the ninth on Bryce Harper's sixth home run in three games, a walk-off winner to center. 8-6 fina.
Bryce Harper has five home runs in the last two games after he hit two more tonight in the Washington Nationals' 9-2 win over the Atlanta Braves in the series-opener in the nation's capital. Danny Espinosa added two. Gio Gonzalez "settled in nicely" and got the Curly-W.
Bryce Harper hit three home runs off Miami Marlins' starter Tom Koehler and Max Scherzer settled in after giving up two runs early and the Washington Nationals took a 7-5 decision over the Miami Marlins and 2 of 3 in the series in D.C.
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Abena Joan Brown, one of the early pioneers of African-American theater in Chicago and the president and chief executive officer of the eta Creative Arts Foundation for 40 years, died on Sunday. She was 87.
Articulate, passionate and intimidating to behold, Brown ran eta with uncompromising determination and old-fashioned formality, shepherding the organization to new facilities in an old window factory on S. South Chicago Avenue, near the corner of 75th Street, and always pushing for further growth
As Brown often said in interviews, her impetus for starting eta was her own inability to find work as an artist: Its precursor was founded in 1969 by Brown, alongside Okoro Harold Johnson, Al Johnson and Archie Weston.
Operating initially under the name Ebony Talent Associates, the group wanted to increase exposure and opportunities for African-American actors in Chicago. But Brown found that more training was needed for those actors, and thus eta was born.