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CLEARWATER, FLORIDA - FEBRUARY 19: Bryce Harper #3 of the Philadelphia Phillies poses for a portrait during photo day at Spectrum Field on February 19, 2020 in Clearwater, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Last night, during the Phillies game against the Cardinals, Vegas local Bryce Harper took a 96-97 mph fast ball to the left side of his face.  Cardinals relief pitcher Genesis Cabrera threw a wild pitch that Harper tried to stop with his hand, but missed.  The ball hit him in his nose.  Harper left the game, but later posted online that he was ok.  He has a lump on his nose, but he’ll be ok.

Trisha Yearwood has overcome COVID but even way after, she still hasn’t gotten her taste back.  She says when she cooks, she still needs Garth to taste test foods.

And Netflix watchers, they’ve added a new feature you may see pop up.  They’ve added a shuffle feature that when selected, will pick shows or movies based on your recent viewing history.  All this and more celeb news in today’s Entertainment News!