Bryce Harper Steals Home, Is Full Of Natitude

If there were a poster boy for Natitude, the Washington Nationals slogan for the year, it would have to be Bryce Harper. Not because he's arrogant or whatever words some want to label him with, but because he just seems to fit the bill with his style of play. There's the hustle, the freakish physical abilities and, of course, his trolling skills.

Stealing home is the ultimate in trolling hard -- a move rarely dared to be attempted, yet incredibly awesome when it happens. So of course Harper stole home. And of course he did it by taking advantage of a miscue.

Really, this was just a smart move. A throw over to first gives Harper all the opening he needs, and he's off to the races. Forget about him for a moment and he'll make you pay, just as he did in the video above.

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And clearly Harper's move ignited the Natitude once again. Well done, young man.

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