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Ben Revere Makes Amazing Catch (Video)

Ben Revere is developing a reputation as a center fielder who makes spectacular catches on a regular basis. Last week he burned former teammate Delmon Young with two sweet grabs in the same game. He went over his shoulder to rob Delmon in the first inning last Wednesday. That catch was nice, but it had nothing on this spectacular grab made against the Orioles Monday night. Check out the video:

You know it’s not Vladimir Guerrero’s season when he gets robbed on a catch like that. We’ve posted some pretty amazing plays here at LBS, and that’s up there with some of the best catches of the season. But when it comes to awesome baseball catches, nothing will top this sweet Spiderman grab. Nothing.



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  • Anonymous

    Willie Mays catch can now be laid to rest.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Donald-Dool/100000536168260 Donald Dool

    Al Gianfredo’s (sp?) catch off DiMaggio was the greatest.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Donald-Dool/100000536168260 Donald Dool

    Al Gianfredo’s (sp?) catch off DiMaggio was the greatest.

  • Anonymous

    I sat in bleachers right where Al Gionfriddo robbed Joe DiMaggio. There was no instant replay nor outfield cameras to record this catch. The TV run of this catch that you occasionally see was a re-creation done the next day & nowhere near the actual catch which Gionfriddo took over his right shoulder in his extended lefty glove. This re-creation is so phony that an ump was paid to come into view behind Gionfriddo signalling an out. In reality there was no ump anywhere near the catch just in front of the “Death Valley”
    visiting team bullpen. Some writer now says Gionfriddo was out of position. I have Red Barber’s tape of the catch. Just before the pitch by Joe Hatten, Barber says “Outfield deep and around to left”. How else would you play Joe D. who later said that it was the hardest line drive that he ever hit. Joe showed his emotion for maybe the only time in his career by kicking the dust near second base & the grass as he took his CF position.
    Bob Shvodian

  • Anonymous

    I sat in bleachers right where Al Gionfriddo robbed Joe DiMaggio. There was no instant replay nor outfield cameras to record this catch. The TV run of this catch that you occasionally see was a re-creation done the next day & nowhere near the actual catch which Gionfriddo took over his right shoulder in his extended lefty glove. This re-creation is so phony that an ump was paid to come into view behind Gionfriddo signalling an out. In reality there was no ump anywhere near the catch just in front of the “Death Valley”
    visiting team bullpen. Some writer now says Gionfriddo was out of position. I have Red Barber’s tape of the catch. Just before the pitch by Joe Hatten, Barber says “Outfield deep and around to left”. How else would you play Joe D. who later said that it was the hardest line drive that he ever hit. Joe showed his emotion for maybe the only time in his career by kicking the dust near second base & the grass as he took his CF position.
    Bob Shvodian

  • Anonymous

    I sat in bleachers right where Al Gionfriddo robbed Joe DiMaggio. There was no instant replay nor outfield cameras to record this catch. The TV run of this catch that you occasionally see was a re-creation done the next day & nowhere near the actual catch which Gionfriddo took over his right shoulder in his extended lefty glove. This re-creation is so phony that an ump was paid to come into view behind Gionfriddo signalling an out. In reality there was no ump anywhere near the catch just in front of the “Death Valley”
    visiting team bullpen. Some writer now says Gionfriddo was out of position. I have Red Barber’s tape of the catch. Just before the pitch by Joe Hatten, Barber says “Outfield deep and around to left”. How else would you play Joe D. who later said that it was the hardest line drive that he ever hit. Joe showed his emotion for maybe the only time in his career by kicking the dust near second base & the grass as he took his CF position.
    Bob Shvodian

  • Anonymous

    I sat in bleachers right where Al Gionfriddo robbed Joe DiMaggio. There was no instant replay nor outfield cameras to record this catch. The TV run of this catch that you occasionally see was a re-creation done the next day & nowhere near the actual catch which Gionfriddo took over his right shoulder in his extended lefty glove. This re-creation is so phony that an ump was paid to come into view behind Gionfriddo signalling an out. In reality there was no ump anywhere near the catch just in front of the “Death Valley”
    visiting team bullpen. Some writer now says Gionfriddo was out of position. I have Red Barber’s tape of the catch. Just before the pitch by Joe Hatten, Barber says “Outfield deep and around to left”. How else would you play Joe D. who later said that it was the hardest line drive that he ever hit. Joe showed his emotion for maybe the only time in his career by kicking the dust near second base & the grass as he took his CF position.
    Bob Shvodian

  • http://www.facebook.com/michael.garin Jon Garin

    NEVER!!!

  • Anonymous

    Must be a Giant fan.

  • Anonymous

    Great catch. But not even close to some of the catches Jim Edmonds and Torii Hunter have made in their careers.