For most people, football is a major part of the Thanksgiving holiday. The same appears to be true even for baseball players.
Bryce Harper got into the Thanksgiving spirit and decided to support his fellow DC superstar, tweeting out a picture of his new socks.
Thanksgiving definitely did belong to Griffin as he had another spectacular game leading the Redskins to a 38-31 win over the Cowboys.
The question now is what will Griffin do for Harper on July 4th?
In their two previous meetings, Bryce Harper took Hunter Strickland deep. Very deep, in fact.
So in their third encounter, Strickland made sure that Harper wouldn't have the chance to do it again.
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In the top of the eighth inning of Monday's Nationals-Giants game, the San Francisco reliever went after Washington's best player on the first pitch and hit him in the thigh with a 98 MPH fastball.
Harper — without hesitation — responded by charging the mound and throwing his helmet at Strickland, and the two then squared off and exchanged punches.
Here is the wild video of the whole sequence:
Harper and Strickland were, of course, ejected after initiating one of the best MLB fights in recent memory. This was the pair's first time facing each other since Harper's two home runs in the 2014 NLDS, meaning Strickland's had a long time to get over No. 34's blasts but simply couldn't do it.
While Americans celebrate Memorial Day with family and friends as the unofficial start to summer, it's important to remember the significance of the day, and DC area sports teams and athletes have expressed their gratitude for those who serve in the military in a variety of different ways.
Last week, Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins said:
"So grateful for living in this country and understanding that that came at a price and I just want to say thank you."
Others have taken to social media to share their thoughts and memories — including the Washington Nationals, who take on the San Francisco Giants at 4 p.m. — and here's what some of them had to say.
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