Bryce Harper smacks a broken bat home run vs. Mets


Bryce Harper has provided us with the latest evidence that he is, in fact, not human. In a startling display, the Washington Nationals slugger broke his bat completely in two pieces, yet still hit a 406-foot home run against the New York Mets. But the Mets responded with a tying run in the bottom half on a Todd Frazier RBI single.

Facing Jacob deGrom with two outs in the first inning, Bryce swung hard on an inside baseball, shattering his bat and leaving himself with only a handle in his hands.

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On his way back to the dugout, Harper celebrated by pulling up the sleeve of his shirt to show off his biceps.

Well, the Mets' outfield was tracking the ball down - all the way to right-center and over the wall for a solo home run that traveled over 400 feet. Teheran (1-1) allowed one run, five hits and three walks with nine strikeouts in six innings.

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"Yeah, that was pretty shocking", deGrom said, with a slight grin.

Harper hit his major league-high eighth homer, and his 33 1/2-inch, 31 1/2-ounce Marucci bat paid the price. Story later added a single for just his second multihit game of the season, boosting his batting average from.177 to.200. He is 2-7 lifetime vs. Washington - tagged by the Nats in his final two starts in spring training, he got sent to the minors to begin the season.

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