Washington Nationals prospect Bryce Harper speaks loudly and carries a big stick.
He finally proved the latter Sunday when he hit his first career Triple-A home run.
As you can see below, Harper took Jeurys Familia's 3-1 fastball deep to right field for a solo shot that provided the Syracuse Chiefs with their only run of the game in a 6-1 loss to the Buffalo Bisons:
It was Harper's first extra-base hit in five games and first home run in 16.
"I just got a pitch I could drive," Harper told the Syracuse Post-Standard. "I was finally on time on something. I was trying to put something in play and do something."
About time, Bryce.
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