Looking back on the ten best scoops, snags, and hoses across MLB from this past week in a segment called Weekly WebGems.
As you could probably already tell from the title, CttP has put together the ten best defensive plays that took place in MLB this past week (05/20/19 – 05/26/19) in a segment we like to call Weekly WebGems.
Scroll through the countdown to be amazed by some of the most magnificent defensive plays your eyes have ever witnessed.
BUT FIRST — Take a look at this week’s WebJunk
With 100 home runs and 346 RBI in his career as a part-time player, Matt Adams is known for being a guy who mashes — but not much else. If he were to have ever have played for an American League team in his eight seasons in the bigs, he would have been used as a designated hitter. The ailing Washington Nationals, however, don’t have such a luxury in the senior circuit.
Nats fans have already had it bad enough this season watching their team’s drastic downfall, which is encapsulated by their Big City’s biiiiig throwing error as he attempts to get the ball to second base only for it to make its way to centerfield after nearly nailing New York Mets baserunner Amed Rosario.