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Bryce Harper steals home

In the bottom of the first inning of tonight’s nationally televised Nats-Phillies game, Bryce Harper picked up his first career stolen base by stealing home when Cole Hamels tried to pick Jayson Werth off first.

His first career stolen base being home plate on national television is the most Bryce Harper thing ever.

MORE: Harper makes his first stolen base count

Hamels admits to hitting Harper on purpose

Werth breaks wrist, could miss months

Adam Kilgore’s Nats-Phillies game story

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