Bryce Harper hit 30 home runs: does not give way for MVP

The gardener of the Philadelphia Phillies, Bryce Harper, hit his 30th homer this season for the Major League Baseball – MLB, and continues in the race to be the MVP of the National League.

In Wednesday’s game between the Phillies and the Rockies, he dispatched his 30th homer this season and the seventh homer in the last 15 games to not lose ground in his career for being the MVP of the National League.

In the bottom part of the first episode at Citizens Bank Park in the city of Philadelphia, Harper unleashed a huge hit from his opposite side (left field) and put the lead on the scoreboard for that game.

Bryce Harper, on a full 3-2 count, was executed with this great hit to Venezuelan pitcher Antonio Senzatela that left his slider wrongly positioned and the Phillies left-hander deposited it 360 feet away from left field, placing his team at the top in the one marked by a run and reaching 30 homers in the season.

Here’s the home run:

With this home run, Harper continues in his fight for the Most Valuable Player award of the current 2021 Major League season.

In the course of MLB 2021, the favorite to hang with that award was the Dominican Fernando Tatis Jr. but this with the multiple ailments that he has had throughout this season, the name of Bryce Harper has emerged.

In recent days, the Phillies star player has gained strength as a candidate for the National League MVP, and the outfielder knows what it is to receive such a distinction since he won it in 2015 when he was part of the Nationals organization. .

There are several reasons for him to be a candidate for the MVP award, one of them is the moment his current team lives, which is in second place in his division, another reason is his individual numbers that show what a great player he is.

Bryce Harper’s numbers this 2021 Major League season are extraordinary with a .304 batting average, hitting 126 hits in 414 at-bats, scoring 84 runs, plateing 69 teammates and firing 30 hits from four corners.