Giants' Jaylin Davis lays out for incredible catch, double play

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Giants' Davis lays out for great catch to start double play originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Giants outfielder Jaylin Davis flashed his leather Monday at Oracle Park against the St. Louis Cardinals, giving fans every reason to cheer as the offense was struggling. 

With one out and one on in the top of the fifth inning, Davis made an incredible diving catch in right field to snag a Harrison Bader fly ball. Davis then doubled off Matt Carpenter at first base to end the top half of the inning. 

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The double play started by Davis preserved Kevin Gausman's no-hit bid, which was broken up in the seventh inning by Cardinals third baseman Nolan Arenado.

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Davis then led off the bottom half of the fifth, but grounded out to Arenado, who makes the hard look simple with ease. 

In his first at-bat, Davis grounded into a double play but hit the ball 111.7 mph off the bat. He has just one hit in eight at-bats so far this season for the Giants.

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