By now, the entire baseball world is enthralled by Bryce Harper’s dramatic towering two-run shot in Game 5 of the NLCS that gave the Philadelphia Phillies the cushion they needed to advance to the World Series.
Just two days later, it’s already being revered as one of the greatest moments in postseason history.
But if fans were wondering if there was a way to make the moment even sweeter, the answer would be yes.
One fan on Twitter posted the video of Harper’s home run and set it to the soundtrack of the movie “Moneyball” when Scott Hatteberg hit the walk-off home run to give the Oakland Athletics their 20th straight victory.
Bryce Harper’s homer set to Moneyball is amazing pic.twitter.com/R2FucN3Zt3
— Baseball Quotes (@BaseballQuotes1) October 24, 2022
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Ultimately, there is a way to make Harper’s home run even sweeter.
This fan did just that, setting it to the soundtrack of Moneyball and playing the moment in slow motion as Harper watched the biggest home run of his life fly out of Citizens Bank Park.
Like the scene in Moneyball, it gives anybody watching goosebumps.
It’s a spine-tingling moment that will live on in postseason history and will forever be remembered as the hit that ultimately got the Phillies over the hump and sent them to the World Series.
And who better to be in that moment than Bryce Harper himself, the reigning NL MVP and one of the most dynamic superstars the game has ever seen?
There truly is nothing like postseason baseball, and when a moment like that is set to Moneyball, the moment becomes that much more exciting.