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Watch: Phils' Bryce Harper hits one of the longest homers you’ll ever see

Sportsnaut logo Sportsnaut 5/18/2019 Vincent Frank, Sportsnaut
a baseball player holding a bat in front of a crowd: The Phillies' Bryce Harper hits a 466-foot homer on Saturday. © Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports The Phillies' Bryce Harper hits a 466-foot homer on Saturday.

Bryce Harper’s first season as a member of the Philadelphia Phillies has not gone according to plan. The former NL MVP entered Saturday’s action against the Colorado Rockies hitting just .222 with a league-high 60 strikeouts.

Harper apparently decided to take his frustration out on Rockies starter Antonio Senzatela. 

BOX SCORE:  PHILLIES 2, ROCKIES 1

Check out this 466-foot homer Harper hit off the hurler in the first inning in Philly.

That was definitely a no-doubt-about-it blast from Harper. According to Statcast, it’s the second-longest homer since 2015. The 114.1 mph exit velocity ranks third all-time.

Yeah, Harper might very well be out of his funk. 

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