Philadelphia slugger Bryce Harper ‘bangs’ 300th career home run

Philadelphia’s leading slugger Bryce Harper conquered the 300th home run mark in his 12th year in the big leagues.

Harper hit a come-from-behind two-run 카지노사이트 home run in the 8th inning with 2 outs and 1 base in the 2023 American Professional Baseball Major League Los Angeles Angels match held at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA on the 31st (Korean time).

When Matt Moore’s knuckle curve, which ate a pot of rice in Philadelphia in the past, entered the middle of the strike zone, he flew over the middle right fence with a thunderous swing.

It was Harper’s 15th home run of the season and his 300th career home run.

Harper, who made his big league debut with Washington in 2012 and hit 22 home runs from his first year, was named National League Rookie of the Year.

Since then, he has consistently produced double-digit home runs without skipping a year, and in 2015, he became the National League home run king with 42 home runs.

Harper is showing off a hot hitting feeling, hitting 10 home runs in August alone.

Harper, who underwent elbow surgery at the end of last year and returned to the lineup only in May of this year, struggled with a decrease in slugging power at the beginning of the season, but has now regained his original form.

“Even if there are bigger numbers in my head, 300 home runs is a pretty good number,” Harper said.

He added, “I value being on the pitch every day, training and playing. I just love to play with ‘Phillies’ on my chest.”

According to the Associated Press, Harper became the 158th player in MLB history to reach 300 home runs.

He is 12th among active players.

Despite Harper’s home run, Philadelphia gave up three runs in the ninth and lost again to the Los Angeles Angels 10-8.

Ohtani of the Los Angeles Angels, who started as designated hitter No. 3, went 4 at-bats, 1 hit, 1 RBI, and 1 walk, continuing a three-game hitting streak.

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