Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper suffers ugly-looking knee injury

VIDEO: Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper suffers ugly-looking knee injury

The game between the Washington Nationals and San Francisco Giants on Saturday started three hours late due to rain. His leg buckled, he went airborne and fell to the ground as his helmet went flying. The injury occurred when Harper attempted to beat out a groundball to the first baseman. But, when Harper hit first base, his left leg slipped on the bag, causing his knee to shoot straight back.

Major League Baseball was in control of weather decisions because it's the Giants' final trip to Washington this season.

Edwin Jackson (2-2, 3.75 ERA with Washington) of the Nationals was slated to face Chris Stratton (0-2, 6.63 ERA) of the Giants in the pitching matchup Friday.

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Andrew Stevenson took over in center field and Brian Goodwin moved to right field.

After a down year by his standards in 2016, he is once again among the league's top hitters in 2017, batting.326 with 29 home runs and 87 RBI. The first-place Nationals are 68-45.

Harper is under contract through next season and can be a free agent in the winter of 2018.