Scenes From Bryce Harper’s D.C. Debut, Starring An Amazing Toss

Bryce Harper’s Nats Park debut just wrapped with the D.C. nine losing their fifth straight, but here are some fun images gathered via our friend Andy Peden and MASN’s broadcast. (Note: We should have more tomorrow via Mathew Brown. If you have some too, send them in.)

First, this is where Harper caught a sacrifice fly. Bob Carpenter estimated it at 270-280 feet from home plate:

And this is where his throw ended up, right on the money in time for Wilson Ramos to apply the tag, except the umpire called the runner safe, which is such an umpire thing to do:

Now, here are just a couple of Nats fanbros, doing what Nats fanbros do:

And here’s a Nats kidbro, in full uni, scoring bonus points for the stirrups:

The stars came out tonight too. Here’s stud Caps defenseman Karl Alzner:

And here’s Super Bowl XXVI MVP Mark Rypien, in the wild:

Hope you enjoyed that as much as I did. And remember, send pics.

9 thoughts on “Scenes From Bryce Harper’s D.C. Debut, Starring An Amazing Toss”

  1. Haha ok call me a fucking moron because of a typo…it was 6:42 in the morning pal. Don’t be bitter because no one showed up to the game. It’s pretty sad.

  2. Haha, why are you getting so worked up? I was just pointing out that 22K for attendance at Bryce Harper’s open debut is disappointing. And no, I did not attend the game, but I am also not a Nats fan. Hope your day gets a little better (you seem to be having a rough one).

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