The home run was Harper's eighth of the young season.
Leave it to Bryce Harper to do something that many long-time baseball observers had never seen.
We have a feeling it won't be long before Harper takes the baseball world by storm with another highlight-reel play.
The homer went 405 feet and was traveling at 99 miles-per-hour as the barrel of the bat flew behind home plate and near the first-base dugout.
The ball sailed far over the wall in right center at Citi Field.
The only thing that had the home run beat was the celebration.
The Washington Nationals slugger easily leads the majors in home runs ... and broken bat homers.
The Mets pushed a run across in the bottom half of the inning to tie the game at 1.
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