Jackie Bradley Jr. Robs Aaron Judge With Catch Of The Year Candidate

Jackie Bradley Jr. Robs Aaron Judge With Catch Of The Year Candidate

In the top of the eighth inning of tonight's Sunday Night Baseball game on ESPN, Boston Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. made as good a catch as you'll ever see.

Even the much-maligned Jacoby Ellsbury did all he could to remind Yankee fans why he was signed back in 2014 - to get on base.

Another move will likely be needed for Tuesday, as scheduled starter Doug Fister pitched in Saturday's 16-inning affair and will not be able to start as scheduled.

Then it was back to Chapman, who worked around a leadoff walk in the 14th inning to recover some semblance of confidence, tossing 15 pitches before giving way to another rookie, Ben Heller.

Mookie Betts was pretty shocked, too.

Price allowed a one-out single to center to Gary Sanchez before Aaron Judge came to the plate. What should have been an Aaron Judge home run wound up in the glove of Jackie Bradley Jr., who made a remarkable leaping catch above the short wall of the center field triangle.

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There are a number of other solid candidates, including another home run-robbing catch by Bradley from May ...

"I didn't look worn out in the Derby, did I?" "I was just trying to stay on the fastball and put a good swing on a fastball. (I'm) fresh and ready to go".

"We're going up, just trying to do our job", Betts said. "We knew at some point he'd go through that".

In the makeup of an April 25 postponement, the Red Sox hit just four balls out of the infield and extended their scoreless streak to 22 innings.

Red Sox: LHP Eduardo Rodriguez (4-2) starts against Toronto's Marcus Stroman (9-5) on Monday night in the opener of a four-game series. After combining for five scoreless innings on Saturday, Jonathan Holder and Ben Heller were optioned out on Sunday due to the need for fresh arms.

Yankees: RHP Michael Pineda was transferred to the 60-day DL while he seeks a second opinion on whether he needs Tommy John surgery. Bird could receive another cortisone shot and resume another minor-league rehab stint, though surgery remains an option.