The race for who is the best player in Major League Baseball is on and Bryce Harper and Mike Trout are going blow for blow this beginning of the season.
Harper once again leads Major League Baseball in home runs after he hit his seventh dinger of the season on Sunday.
A night after Trout tied Harper for the league lead in homers, Harper drove the first pitch he saw from Rockies left-hander Tyler Anderson on into the right-center-field seats.
A belt-high fastball is definatly where you want to miss against Harper.
The blast left Harper's bat at 109.1 mph and traveled an estimated 418 feet, according to Statcast™ and put the Nationals up, 1-0.