Washington’s social media fired the opening salvos following Harper’s strikeout during his first at-bat with an Ariana Grande reference, and then immediately capitalized on Harper’s second strikeout of the night in his next at-bat, referencing “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” — a direct shot at Harper’s new Philadelphia walk-up song.thank u, next— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) April 2, 2019Yo homes, smell ya later. pic.twitter.com/3Jf1aR8mJq— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) April 3, 2019But if we have learned anything from Philadelphia’s own Rocky Balboa, it’s to never count out a Philadelphia athlete.STEELE: Harper the hero to new fans in old park In Harper’s third at-bat, he singled to left field, scoring Jean Segura, and took second on the throw to the plate. A big wave to his dugout was followed by a big tweet from Phillies social media, tweeting a lyric from . . . Ariana Grande.Plus, I met someone elseWe havin’ better discussions pic.twitter.com/KJnLKqAUKF— Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) April 3, 2019The knockout punch came two innings later when Harper destroyed a pitch 458 feet into the second deck of the right-field stands for a two-run homer, complete with a spectacular bat flip toward the Nationals’ dugout. The boos of the first inning were replaced by a loud “We got Bryce” chant from Phillies fans in Nationals Park.FLIP. FLIP. FLIPADELPHIA. pic.twitter.com/6fNdWIA4vF— Cut4 (@Cut4) April 3, 2019We were saying Boo-ryce… pic.twitter.com/Gvo08aZykq— Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) April 3, 2019Looks like the Phillies’ Twitter account had the last laugh:Smell ya later. #RingTheBell pic.twitter.com/jXTuCgJCAs— Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) April 3, 2019 Fans and non-fans alike may have tuned in to watch the drama of Bryce Harper taking his first swings against his former team unfold on the field, but the real show took place on the internet between the Nationals’ and Phillies’ Twitter accounts.MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZN
Bowlers of the bowling club ‘Sloboda’ have won the title of the champion of BiH with 47 points which they achieved in 22 rounds of BiH Bowling League, which was one point more than the second ranked Knin Revita, reports sportsport.ba.They also won BiH Bowling Cup and the bowling in Tuzla started after the WW I, but the official club was formed in 1951 when the bowling club was built in Kreka.The first name of the club was ‘Proleter’, but in 1956 they changed the name to ‘Sloboda’.