Bryce Harper is to the home run what Steph Curry is to the three-pointer: The feats may have the same value when those two MVP's perform them when compared to everybody else in their respective leagues, but sometimes, it sure doesn't feel like it.
The Nationals' outfielder with the ferocious swing and uncommon sense for the moment has hit dingers in big spots — the bottom of the ninth, in the postseason and against baseball's most elite pitchers — and has hit dingers to big spots — into McCovey Cove in San Francisco, off a very distant Blackberry sign in Toronto, and most recently, into a bullpen bathroom in Philadelphia. Almost every one of his homers are something to behold in their own right, and at the rate he's going, there'll be plenty more to drop jaws at.
Now that he's recently crossed the threshold of 100 four-baggers, however, it feels like a good time to stop and remember some of Harper's best bombs. Click through our gallery for a round-up of the most renowned round-trippers he's bashed, to celebrate a player who has made every at-bat appointment television and to pay respects to all of the baseballs that were unlucky enough to cross paths with Bryce's lumber.