Just a week into his Philadelphia Phillies career, Bryce Harper returned to Washington D.C. to face a Nationals team he spent the past seven years with. Harper heard plenty of boos from Nationals fans, as if those people wouldn’t take $330 million in a heartbeat to change jobs or job locations.

But Harper got the last laugh in Philadelphia’s 8-2 win. In the top of the eighth, the 26-year-old slugger crushed a Jeremy Hellickson pitch 458-feet to the second deck in right center field, and included a beautiful bat flip.

That’s already Harper’s third homer of the season, and he hit an even longer one on Saturday (465 feet). Oh, and the Phillies are still undefeated at 4-0.

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