1. Bryce Harper walked six times — including three intentional — and was hit by a pitch but scored only once in the Cubs' 4-3, 13-inning victory over the Nationals on May 8 at Wrigley Field. "Scared baseball," Nats pitcher Tanner Roark complained about Maddon's decision to pitch around Harper for slumping Ryan Zimmerman, who left 14 runners on base. "It had nothing to do with competing or not competing," Maddon said. "I have to look out for the best interests of us first. I'll never look out for what's in the best interest of the Washington Senators-slash-Nationals."