Bryce Harper was thrown out in the eighth inning of Wednesday's win over the Brewers.
Apparently, he needs to be thrown out of games more.
Harper's second home run of the game Thursday against the Brewers, was part of a four straight home run barrage the Nationals put together in the third inning.
First it was Brian Goodwin homering to right to start things off.
Then it was Wilmer Difo's turn.
Harper was next, which by the way was already his second of the game.
Ryan Zimmerman made sure he kept the streak going after Harper.
And now all four at once, just for emphasis.
Washington Nats go back-to-back-to-back- to back (Goodwin, Difo, Harper, Zimmerman) pic.twitter.com/PFLzUm6XV2— Boston Sports Info (@bostonsportsinf) July 27, 2017
The Nats weren't done in the inning either. After Daniel Murphy would fly out to center and end the streak, Anthony Rendon would add another home run to the inning.
1. Goodwin HR— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) July 27, 2017
2. Difo HR
3. Bryce HR
4. Zim HR
6. 🎒🎒🎒🎒 pic.twitter.com/JOg6uUurEQ
The Nationals became the eighth team in MLB history to hit four straight home runs. The Diamondbacks were the last back in 2010.