Saturday, July 20, 2013

Yankees' catcher makes a double-play like you've never seen before

New York Yankees' Chris Stewart started a double-play of the likes you've never seen before. The heads-up play by the Yankees catcher even had old pro Tim McCarver raving about the sequence of events.

Stewart started the eighth-inning play by falling into the stands chasing a pop foul and came up with the ball in his glove.  Red Sox runner Daniel Nava tagged up from first but the quick thinking Stewart was able to one-hop it to second for the inning-ending double-play.

Just your basic dive into the stands-throw 'em out at second-double-play. Just like they taught you in spring training.

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