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 Posted: Thu May 11th, 2017 01:41 am
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Kevin Pillar has dropped a lot of jaws with his glove during his career, but his catch Monday night at Rogers Centre might be the best one he's ever made.
The Toronto Blue Jays center fielder robbed Cleveland Indians third basemanJose Ramirez of extra bases - and likely two RBIs - with a leaping, over-the-shoulder grab to end the top of the sixth inning.
"It's one of the best plays I've seen in a long time - probably ever," Cleveland shortstop Francisco Lindor told's Keegan Matheson. "He's one of the best out there. They call him Superman for a reason."
Ramirez scorched the ball off the bat, as it traveled 388 feet at 101 mph.
"I'm not surprised," added Edwin Encarnacion, Pillar's former teammate. "I've been watching him for the last four years. The way he's been doing that is unbelievable."