The Mets pushed a run across in the bottom half of the inning to tie the game at 1.
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.
Northeast Ohio weather: Windy with snow showers
Thursday some showers and a few flurries will impact us early before this tapers off and we have more clouds compared to sunshine. Under continued bright skies, Wednesday and Thursday will feature highs in the deep 70s to locally, on the mainland, 80s.
Hole in roof puts Blue Jays game at risk
Monday's games between the Orioles-Red Sox and Cardinals-Cubs were also postponed, bringing MLB's season total to 24 so far. Multiple reporters have posted photos on social media of the hole, which has caused leaking onto Rogers Centre's turf field.
Syria: missiles fired at air base near Homs
A local reporter for The Arab News said Israeli warplanes were spotted in Syrian airspace just before the missiles were reported. Syrian state television says the country's air defenses shot down missiles targeting its Shayrat airfield late on April 16.
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.