Monday, April 01, 2013

Bryce Haper's First Home Run of the Day

From the Washington Post:

Before a record regular season crowd, the Nationals’ 2-0 victory turned the Miami Marlins into props for the first major-league opening day of Bryce Harper’s career and the powerful efficiency of Stephen Strasburg. Harper’s two solo home runs in his first two at-bats of the season provided the only meaningful offense for the Nationals and countless stories to tell for the 45,274 who packed the stadium. Strasburg fired only 80 pitches over seven shutout innings, yielding three hits while inducing weak outs.

Here are some pictures from the first home run.

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