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The Washington Nationals were visiting Philadelphia on Sunday when Bryce Harper hit a first-inning, solo home run that ended up in the glove of a young Phillies fan.

By Extra Mustard
April 13, 2015

The Washington Nationals were visiting Philadelphia on Sunday when Bryce Harper hit a first-inning, solo home run that ended up in the glove of a young Phillies fan.

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Often fans will throw back the home run balls hit by opposing players as a show of hometown pride, but a Bryce Harper home run ball is a pretty cool thing to have on your mantle, so this lucky fan decided to ignore the fans imploring him to return the souvenir.

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This child learned an important lesson early in life: never take advice from people yelling at a baseball game.

[Washington Post]

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