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Let's remember JBJ's 29-game hit streak

Now that his hit streak has come to an end, check out Jackie Bradley Jr. hitting in 29 straight games.

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Eric Karabell ESPN Senior Writer 

Jackie Bradley Jr. hitting streak ends but don't run away in fantasy. Two at-bats could have been homers. Hit ball hard. His emergence is real.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Jackie Bradley Jr.'s hitting streak is done and in the books at 29 games. He went 0-for-4 against Colorado's Jon Gray and fell one short of tying Nomar Garciaparra and Tris Speaker for second place on the Red Sox career list at 30. Bradley was standing in the on-deck circle when Mookie Betts grounded out to end the game.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Bryce Harper's first homer in almost two weeks helped Dusty Baker become the 17th manager with 1700 career wins, as the Nats beat the Cards 2-1 in the opener of a four-game set. The W extends Washington's NL East over the idle Mets to one game.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

The longest hitting streak of the MLB season is in serious jeopardy. Jackie Bradley Jr. is 0-for-4 after an 8th inning groundout against Colorado's Jon Gray, and the Red Sox will need several men to reach base if he's going to get another shot in the 9th.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Matt Wisler continues to be a bright spot for the Braves, delivering his seventh quality start in nine outings. He's not going to get a W, but his consistency has been a plus and he's shown more strikeout ability of late, with seven K's each of his past three stars.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Apparently that mental health day did the trick. Bryce Harper just crushed one off the facing of the third deck at Nats Park. His first bomb since May 13th ties it up at 1-1.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Jackie Bradley Jr. crushes a Jon Gray pitch to dead center field, but Charlie Blackmon catches it at the fence about 400 feet from home plate. It takes luck to keep a hitting streak alive, and Bradley's hasn't been good tonight. Two long flyouts in his first three at-bats.

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals hottest hitter, Matt Adams, had to leave Thursday night's game in Washington with what the team described as mid-back stiffness. He will be re-evaluated on Friday. Adams is batting .383 with a .700 slugging percentage since April 28 and essentially seized the everyday job at first base in a competition with Brandon Moss.