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Bryce's broken-bat double flexes hustle

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When Bryce Harper comes to the plate, you just expect you'll see a blast. Sure, he might not hit a home run, but a deep flyout? A foul ball with the distance for a dinger? A face-melting liner? Yeah, those are par for the course. 

During the Nationals' 3-1 victory against the Braves on Tuesday night, the right fielder hit a double, but it was a little different than usual. With the Braves shifted for him to pull in the top of the fourth inning, Harper broke his bat on Mike Foltynewicz's 95-mph fastball.

Reacting first with confusion as the bat splintered, Harper quickly saw his opportunity. With the ball drifting into left field, he turned on the jets. 

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The best way to celebrate all that hustle? A very superhero-esque crouch with a hairflip. 

See? Perfect form: 

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