“By far the best catch I’ve ever made,” Salberg said of the Sportscenter Top-10 worthy catch. “I was waiting for the bullpen pitchers to tell me I was getting close to the fence. Thank God I didn’t run into the fence, and I’ve got some hops.”
Well, that was impressive. According to the YouTube description, this is from a college baseball game between Lower Columbia (Washington) and Everett Community College.
Leading 4-2, 2 out Bottom 9th runner on 3rd. LC left fielder jumps over fence to rob potential game tying home run for final out against Everett Community College.
It appears to be #10, Derrick Salberg. Internet people are hot on the trail of HQ video of the grab.
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