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Bryce Harper's suspension for brawl reportedly reduced to 3 games after appeal

Major League Baseball has reduced Bryce Harpers suspension for Mondays brawl from four games to three games, FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports.

Source: Bryce Harpers suspension has been reduced to three days.

— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) May 31, 2017

Bryce Harper ban reduced to 3 games #nats

— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) May 31, 2017

Harper charged the mound after being hit by a fastball from Giants reliever Hunter Strickland, with each player landing a punch before the benches emptied.

Strickland was suspended for six games on Tuesday, though he, like Harper, appealed and remained activein the second game of the teams three-game series.

Harper wouldmiss tonights game in San Francisco and Friday and Saturdays games in Oakland.

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