Phillies’ Bryce Harper to have surgery on broken left thumb, ESPN reports

PHILADELPHIA – Bryce Harper will have surgery to stabilize her broken left thumb, sources told ESPN, confirming multiple reports.

The Philadelphia Phillies quarterback was injured after being hit by a fast 97 mph ball from Blake Snell in the fourth inning of Saturday night’s win over the San Diego Padres.

The Phillies announced Sunday that Harper will be sidelined indefinitely with injury and has placed him on the 10-day injury list.

Harper, the reigning National League MVP, is hitting the 0.318 mark with 15 home runs, 48 ​​RBIs and 0.985 OPS this season in 64 games although a minor UCL tear in his right elbow has kept him out. play off the field since April. 16. He tried to avoid Tommy John’s season-ending surgery by injecting platelet-rich plasma and resting.

Information from the Associated Press was used in this report.

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