Bryce Harper gifts Tim Hudson a home run

In the bottom of the fifth inning of Tuesday's Nationals-Braves game, Atlanta pitcher Tim Hudson hit a ball to deep right field. Washington right fielder Bryce Harper went back on the ball, leapt up to make the catch, and inadvertently knocked it over the fence, giving Hudson his first home run of the season and the third of his career. Hudson's homer pushed Atlanta's lead to 6-1 over their divisional rival.

The Braves would go on to win the game 8-1, and Hudson would pick up his 200th career win in the process.

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