They called that a triple in the 10th and not a double and taking 3d on the error? OK, I guess, but he looked dead to us if the ball did not get away.
I'll take the psycho dash for 3d there, though. 1 out, so it is important to get to 3d to set up a potential score on a fly, and if he failed, it was low cost because we were already tied. I don't know if it was simply aggressiveness or just a really sharp eye for the OF's likelihood of making the play and his situational awareness. Harper does not seem stupid aggressive when he makes these plays, or at least he does not seem stupid more than once. I think he has a fantastic sense of the game.