The Washington Nationals’ Bryce Harper is a home run machine. No one in the National League has more homers than him heading into Tuesday’s game against the Chicago Cubs (17). In fact, Harper is so good at hitting home runs, he doesn’t even know when he’s doing it sometimes.
Case in point: Harper’s seventh-inning homer against the Cubs. It didn’t look like Harper got a clean hit on the ball and he was clearly frustrated at what he thought was an easy out—at first. Then, the ball kept going… and going… and going… until it cleared the left field wall.
Harper may have had the highlight of the night, but the Cubs won 3-2.