Found September 11, 2013 on Nationals Enquirer:
Up above, a Vine of Bryce Harper smashing his bat on an innocent dugout bench after striking out in the 8th inning Wednesday night against the Mets. Harper took the field in the bottom of the 8th without a head wound, thankfully. (Screencap, Vine, via SNY/TV) Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter. Related articles Video: Bryce Harper forgot how many outs there were in the 8th inning last night Bryce Harper broke his bat on his back last night Bryce Harper runs into Dodger Stadium wall, leaves game shaken up and bleeding... Video: Bryce Harper's bazooka arm strikes again Video: Bryce Harper's new GEICO commercial

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