Bryce Harper injury puts Nats’ season up in air; Giants can relate

By By John Shea WASHINGTON — The Giants know more than most teams the importance of staying healthy in a postseason run.

None of their core players, give or take an Angel Pagan in 2014, were missing in October, permitting the Giants to be at their physical best at the most important time.

Fans at Nationals Park held their collective breath as the National League’s best overall player writhed in pain.

Baker, with no World Series title on an otherwise decorated managing resume, placed his hands on his head and initially appeared expressionless except when he shook his head in shock.

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Source: SF Gate Sports

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