Bryce Harper did it again.

Harper on Saturday dealt the Phillies another walk-off loss with a two-run blast to dead center field to give the Washington Nationals a 6-4 win in Game 1 of a three-game series (see Instant Replay).

It was Harper's second walk-off home run against the Phillies this season. His other came on April 16, which was also a 6-4 Phillies loss. That one was a three-run homer.

Harper victimized Phillies reliever Edubray Ramos on Saturday night. As he rounded third base on his way to crossing home plate, Harper threw some shade toward Ramos with a wave.

Replays show Harper briefly eyes up Ramos before he reached third base. You can see the full replay here, via Around the 19-second mark Harper side-eyes Ramos.

On April 10, Ramos threw at the Mets' Asdrubal Cabrera at Citizens Bank Park. Ramos denied doing so intentionally afterward, but the two had prior history. Cabrera hit a walk-off homer against Ramos last season and then flipped his bat.

The Phillies and Nationals play a doubleheader on Sunday.


Will the Phillies retaliate on Sunday? Stay tuned.