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Bryce Harper and the saddest high five in baseball

Bryce Harper is just one of the guys, as such he deserves the right to high five a teammate after a home run. Unfortunately this dream will never be realized.

Ryan Zimmerman hit a home run in the second inning and went to celebrate with his teammates, but Harper was left hanging. It was a sad state of affairs that resulted in the 21-year-old contemplating his place in life, wistfully staring back hoping Zimmerman would return. It didn't happen and he was left to high five himself. Poor Bryce.

NATS RAVE


h/t Nats Enquirer

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