The ball absolutely flies in Miller Park when the roof is shut.
Mike Fiers had his curveball working last night. I had this one on and he had close to ‘A’ stuff for the first time all year last night. But Fiers made the critical mistake to the best young hitter in baseball, and Bryce Harper gets into it to the point that his back leg comes completely off the ground. It flies out of Miller Park for his 21st home run of the season, and the 76th of his career.
Bryce Harper through 60 games has 51 walks (with 51 strikeouts), a .333/.469/.721 slash line for an OPS of 1.190. He is on pace for about 57 home runs.