There are very few things that Bryce Harper does quietly, and hitting his 100th career home run was no exception.
After stamping his bats with “100” emoji decals, the 23-year-old’s benchmark blast came Thursday in the most Bryce Harper way possible – a blistering grand slam that broke a piece of the scoreboard.
The portion of the scoreboard above section 140 that Harper broke with his grand slam. pic.twitter.com/EOd5vLEoim
— James Wagner (@JamesWagnerWP) April 14, 2016
At 23 years and 181 days old, Harper became the eighth-youngest player to reach the milestone, according to ESPN.