In a September 3 game in which the Washington Nationals won 15-1 over Atlanta, Bryce Harper had quite a statistical line for this game. He did not have an official at bat. He walked 4 times and drove in a run. He was the first one in the modern era of baseball to accomplish this feat. His one RBI came when he walked with the bases loaded.If you see such a line in a major league box score, you may think you are looking at a Little League game. It is here where a player might get a home run without hitting the ball to an outfielder or he may score 3 or 4 runs without a hit. Harper’s feat, though, came in a major league game. Since this had not been done for over 60 years, you know how rare it is.
Ripley County, In. — A Saturday evening crash in Ripley County seriously injured two people.A report from the sheriff’s department says at 10:25 p.m. a car driven by Christopher Wilkerson, of Liberty, failed to acknowledge a stop sign at State Road 229 and County Road 650 South. Wilkerson struck another vehicle driven by John Taulbee.Wilkerson and a passenger in the Taulbee vehicle were treated for injuries. There is no word on their condition.
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PETER MORAN SAYS that progression in the FAI Intermediate Cup means his Bonagee United players will get a chance ‘to show what they’re capable of’.Goals by Francesco Crisco and Seamus Brown fired the Dry Arch men to a 2-1 win over Fanad United at Triagh-A-Locha.They were hanging on a little in the closing stages after John McGarvey pulled one back for Fanad, just after Brown put Bonagee 2-0 up, but Moran’s side advance into the third round. “It’s fantastic for the club,” Moran said.“It puts us out there nationally now. Hopefully we will go and represent the Ulster Senior League well and do ourselves justice. It’s a platform for the players to show what they’re capable of.“We’d love to get a home tie now in the next round.”In a game of few chances, Bonagee had the edge and Moran was delighted with how his players coped. He said: “It was very windy and blow, which comes with the territory here, and we knew it would be a game of two halves. We defended superbly and kept a high line. They did the job we asked them to do.“We went to sleep and let them back into the game, but I felt that it was a fully-deserved win for us.“We were missing five players who would be pushing to start. They’ve come to play a much-improved Fanad and it’s a credit to them.”Moran hailed the impact of substitute Brown, who dinked a superb second goal for Bonagee in the 80th minute, just seconds after coming into the action.Moran said: “That’s why he played senior football. That’s why he was in England. That’s why we’ve brought him in – he can help to develop our players.” Soccer: Bonagee boss Moran hoping his team can show their capability was last modified: October 23rd, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)