during Game One of the National League Division Series at Nationals Park on October 3, 2014 in Washington, DC.

Bryce Harper hit a home run on his first at-bat of 2016 because of course

The Washington Nationals outfielder is picking up right where he left off.


This is just absurd, Bryce Harper. The Washington Nationals outfielder, in his very first at-bat of the 2016 season hit a bomb to right field that was good for a one-run home run. The craziest part about it is probably that in all four of his Opening Days — starting in 2012 — he's hit a home run in all four of his first at-bats of the season.


That's pretty crazy to think about. With Harper's homer, he put the Nats up 1-0 over the Atlanta Braves from Turner Field.