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Piece of the Game Baseball Identity
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Mike Trout - Bryce Harper

April 23, 2014

Nationals Park

Game used ball from milestone game:

Bryce Harper Single

Bryce Harper 280th career hit

Bryce Harper 171st career Single

MLB Authenticated Hologram #


Individual Game Highlight


Bottom of 4th


Jered Weaver


Bryce Harper


Single to RF

Pitch Speed:

69 MPH

Hit Distance:

No Hit Data

Hit Launch Speed:

No Hit Data

Hit Launch Angle:

No Hit Data

Two of the best players of their generation met on opposite sides of the diamond on April 23, 2014, when Bryce Harper and the Nationals hosted Mike Trout and the Angels. In the bottom of the first inning, with runners on first and second, Bryce Harper hit a ball to center field that appeared to be a hit. Mike Trout made a diving play to rob this hit, and instead record the first out of the inning. In the top of the fourth inning, this baseball was used when Bryce Harper batted against Jered Weaver. Harper hit this ball, a 68.5 MPH curve to right field for a single. This ball was taken out of play after the hit. The next batter grounded into a force out when the Angles got the lead runner, Bryce Harper at second base. Washington did have a 1-0 lead when Mike Trout walked in the sixth inning, setting the stage for Albert Pujols to drive him home when he hit a double to Bryce Harper in left field, to tie the game at 1 run a piece. Later in the inning, Pujols scored when Erick Aybar hit a single, again to Bryce Harper. Mike Trout would also drive in a run when he hit a single with Raul Ibanez on second base, to give the Angels a 4-1 lead going into the bottom of the ninth inning. Washington fought back, scoring on a home run, a three-RBI double, and finally getting the walk-off win when Adam LaRoche hit an RBI single to score Jayson Werth. With the win, the Nationals had a record of 12-10 and were in second place behind the Braves.

Game Info

Start Time:

7:06 PM

Time of Game:





54 degrees, Sunny.


Wind 12mph in from left field.


HP - Paul Emmel, 1B - Toby Basner, 2B - Jordan Baker, 3B - Jerry Meals.


Angels 4, Nstionals 5

Winning Pitcher:

Drew Storen (2-0)

Losing Pitcher:

Ernesto Frieri (0-2)


Mike Trout 2 for 4, Double, RBI, Walk Bryce Harper 1 for 4

Box Score


Player Bio

Mike Trout Bryce Harper
Born August 7, 1991 October 16, 1992
Debut July 8, 2011 April 28, 2012
Bats Right Left
Throws Right Right
Height, Weight 6-2, 235lb 6-3, 220lb
• Nickname: Millville Meteor

• Twitter (@MikeTrout)

• Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 1st round (25th) draft pick of 2009 MLB June Amateur Draft

• 2012 AL Rookie of the Year

• 2x AL MVP (2014, 2016)

• 30-30 Club (2012)

• Nickname: Bam-Bam, Mondo

• Twitter (@Bharper3407)

• Washington Nationals 1st round (1st) draft pick of 2010 MLB June Amateur Draft

• 2010 Golden Spikes Award (Best Amateur in Baseball)

• 2012 NL Rookie of the Year

• 2015 NL Most Valuable Player

• 2015 Silver Slugger Award

Artist Monty Sheldon Painted on 12/12/18 and is number BM512472