Senators 10, RubberDucks 4

Story lines: Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper, who is with Harrisburg on a rehab assignment (left thumb), left his mark on another game. After combining to go 2-for-5 with three walks, two RBI and two stolen bases in his first two games against the RubberDucks, Harper showed his power Saturday by going 4-for-5 with three home runs and five RBI as the Senators’ designated hitter. Harper went deep to each part of the field at Canal Park with two solo shots in the third and fifth innings followed by a three-run blast in the eighth inning.

Quick hits: Although overshadowed by Harper, Senators right fielder Caleb Ramsey went 5-for-5 with all singles. … For the Ducks, it was a victory that for the first time in four games, they didn’t lose a player in the starting lineup to injury. And, yes, that alone is a big deal after losing center fielder Tyler Naquin (hand), shortstop Francisco Lindor (nose) and second baseman Joey Wendle (wrist) the previous three days.

Next game: 2:05 p.m. today at Canal Park. RubberDucks right-hander Brett Brach (1-2, 5.63) and Senators right-hander Joe Colon (7-4, 2.84) are the scheduled pitchers.

— Stephanie Storm