​After two straight hitless games with four strikeouts, Bryce Harper had had enough.

The Nationals relinquished their lead to the Mets in the top half of the sixth inning today, but Bryce led off the bottom half of the frame and put his squad right back on top.

He took Mets reliever Hansel Robles deep for a solo oppo shot.

With two strikes, that's actually a good pitch from Robles, but Harper's instinct had him take it the other way for his fifth blast of the season already.

The Nats are looking to capitalize in this one after dropping the first game of the series to the Mets in devastating fashion, so look for Harper and the rest of the team's sluggers to step up so they can even the series.