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Of all the feats Bryce Harper has pulled off in his six-year Major League Baseball career, perhaps none has been quite as remarkable, impressive and downright preposterous than what he accomplished during Monday night during the Nationals-Mets game. No matter, though. Harper hammered the pitch over the right-center-field fence for his eighth home run of the season, as all those in attendance looked on in utter disbelief. Not a bad way to start a walk year, if I do say so myself, especially considering how terrible the weather has been in most cities. Harper held what was left of his bat as he made his way up the first-base line.
Seriously - that's just some next-level strength.
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I've seen broken bat home runs before. This was the 2015 NL MVP's second homer in as many games.
NEW YORK (AP) - This was shear power by Bryce Harper.