From the "I've never seen that" department comes this play in Friday night's Yankees-Blue Jays battle at Rogers Centre.
It happened in the very first inning with Yankees outfielder Curtis Granderson at the plate. Granderson would smack a hard line drive right back at Blue Jays starting pitcher Chad Jenkins, who reacted quickly and made a really impressive stab to catch the ball. However, the force of the hit ended up knocking Jenkins' glove straight into the air, but with ball still secure in glove, Jenkins would catch it on the way down to complete the juggling catch and record the out.
When they say you'll see something new each and every day in the game of baseball, they aren't lying.
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