Bryce Harper hit his 150th career homer ... at the same exact age Mike Trout did
During the Nationals' 3-2 win over the Marlins on Monday, Bryce Harper hit the 150th home run of his career. It was a majestic moonshot over the right-field wall:
And, of course, was followed by an equally majestic hair flip:
Not only is Harper just the 14th player in MLB history to tally 150 homers before his 25th birthday, but he also did it at the EXACT same age as birthday boy Mike Trout. (who also got his 1,000th hit and homer on Monday). Both were 24 years and 295 days old:
Have the two phemons been playing a secret game of home run H-O-R-S-E this entire time?
Yes, probably. And let's hope that game never ends.