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Bryce Harper paid a touching tribute to the late Harambe before Game 5

Washington Nationals' star Bryce Harper is no stranger to pop culture, and he's never been afraid to show it. The right fielder was pictured taking batting practice before a decisive Game 5 against the Dodgers with a bat that had a stamp of the late, great Harambe, the Cincinnati Zoo gorilla tragically shot to death last May after a child fell into his enclosure. Now, some would say that Harambe memes have had their summer of fun and should be quietly shown the door, but if there's anyone that can keep something cool, it's Harper.
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