Bat breaks as Bryce Harper's swing sends ball flying for home run

Bat breaks as Bryce Harper's swing sends ball flying for home run

There's scorching hot, and then there's whatever Washington Nationals superstar Bryce Harper is to start the 2018 Major League Baseball regular season.

Harper, a product of Las Vegas High School and the College of Southern Nevada, hit his major league-leading eighth home run, a solo shot in the first inning on a 95 miles per hour fastball from Jacob deGrom.

Washington Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper was facing New York Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom in the first inning on Monday when he hit what might be the most remarkable home run of his career. 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.

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Bryce Harper watches the flight of his broken bat home run.

Seriously - that's just some next-level strength.

Judge, who turns 26 years old in 10 days, entered Monday's action batting.340/.470/.566 with three home runs and nine RBI in 66 plate appearances. To make it even more impressive; he did so while snapping the bat in half.

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