Phillies: Each of Bryce Harper’s clutch, walk-off career hits

Bryce Harper #3 of the Philadelphia Phillies (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
Bryce Harper #3 of the Philadelphia Phillies (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /
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Bryce Harper #3 of the Philadelphia Phillies (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images) /

July 16, 2019; Phillies (9) vs. Dodgers (8)

Less than one month prior to his walk-off grand slam against the Chicago Cubs, Harper notched his first career walk-off in a Phillies uniform opposite the potent Los Angeles Dodgers of the National League West.

In the 9-8 win, Harper powered for five RBI, which, to date, is his most in a single game while donning a Phillies uniform. Also, in the win, Harper produced a three-run home run and two walks, but it was his two-run double in the ninth opposite closer Kenley Jansen that secured the team’s 49th win of the season and caused the Dodgers to fall to 63-34.

Entering the top of the ninth of the eventual Phillies win, then-manager

Gabe Kapler

‘s squad had a 6-5 lead.

Hector Neris

took the mound, relieving southpaw reliever

Adam Morgan

who retired each of his four batters faced in order. The Dodgers’

Max Muncy


A.J. Pollock

began the ninth with a walk and single, respectively against Neris; two batters later,

Matt Beaty

slugged a three-run shot to right-center field, putting the Dodgers on top.

Then entered Jansen in the latter-half; with one out, Andrew Knapp and Cesar Hernandez doubled and singled, respectively. With runners on the corners, Scott Kingery hit a RBI single, setting up Harper’s two-run walk-off to deep center field.

To date, this game features Harper’s only career walk-off double.