Even when he is slumping, Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper can still impress any time he steps into the batter’s box. He showed that on Saturday when he hit his 19th home run of the year..
The 25-year-old’s solo shot, which traveled 437 feet, gave Washington a 6-4 lead in the fourth inning.
Harper, who entered Saturday with a .228/.364/.507 slash line, leads the National League in home runs.
According to StatCast, Harper’s blast came in at 109.1 mph with a launch angle of 25 degrees and had a 100 percent hit probability.