Phillies' Bryce Harper working his way out of his slump with a grand slam vs. Cardinals
It was his first grand slam in a Phillies uniform
Bryce Harper crushed a grand slam to right field in the top of the second inning off St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Dakota Hudson. The blast -- Harper's seventh home run on the season -- capped a six-run second inning for the Phillies. (GameTracker)
Heading into Tuesday's game, Harper was fighting through a slump that saw him batting just .226 on the year. But the Phillies outfielder still has a 364 OBP, much higher than the league's average OBP of .319.
It's also worth noting that the level of pettiness for the Phillies Twitter account is at an all-time high. The team shot back at the band, San Francisco Giants. The Phillies account had a clever clapback, in which they quoted Smash Mouth's own hit song 'All Star.'and signed with the
All in good fun.
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