Bryce Harper is enjoying a strong bounce back campaign this season, and he has been red hot lately.
Harper connected yet again on Monday, as he ripped a solo shot to right field off of Marlins reliever Odrisamer Despaigne.
Maybe don't hang that, Odrisamer. Hang it less, optimally.
Bryce Harper unloads on a pitch from Odrisamer Despaigne and sends it into the stands in right field for his 150th Major League home run!!! pic.twitter.com/Zysm84I9m4— TheRenderMLB (@TheRenderMLB) August 8, 2017
The bomb was his 29th of the season, as Harper continues to swing a fire bat. It was also a career milestone for the 24-year-old, as it was the 150th home run of his career.
This makes him the fourth youngest player in MLB history to reach the 150 home run mark, behind fellow sluggers Giancarlo Stanton, Alex Rodriguez, and Albert Pujols.
An incredible feat for the young superstar. Nationals fans are certainly looking forward to the next milestone for Harper, as he has proven himself to be worth the hype he received as a prospect.