During Bryce Harper's rookie season of 2012, Washington Nationals fans had to wait until May 14th to see him hit his first homerun of the season (and his career). The 2013 season was a different story.
On Opening Day, Harper hit back-to-back home runs in his first two at-bats of the season. The solo shots were all the runs support needed at the Nationals defeated the Miami Marlins 2-0. Bryce is the youngest player in MLB history to hit two home runs in his teams season opener.
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