Jackie Bradley Jr. Robbed a Walk-Off HR in Mind-Blowing Fashion

Given the situation and degree of difficulty, this ranks up there with the greatest MLB catches in history.

There are robberies, then there's what Jackie Bradley Jr. did to Trey Mancini on Wednesday night.

With the Baltimore Orioles and Boston Red Sox knotted at 1-1 in the bottom of the 11th inning, Mancini smashed a drive to left center. It was on a path to clear the fence by a good 3 or 4 feet, which would've given the Orioles a walk-off victory. But JBJ decided he wanted to keep playing:

JACKIE BRADLEY JR JUST ROBBED TREY MANCINI OFF A GAME WINNING HR #DirtyWater #RedSox pic.twitter.com/xcxZ0yNILK

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There are robberies, then there's what Jackie Bradley Jr. did to Trey Mancini on Wednesday night.

With the Baltimore Orioles and Boston Red Sox knotted at 1-1 in the bottom of the 11th inning, Mancini smashed a drive to left center. It was on a path to clear the fence by a good 3 or 4 feet, which would've given the Orioles a walk-off victory. But JBJ decided he wanted to keep playing:

Bradley Jr. channeled his inner-Spider-man for what very well could end up being the catch of the MLB season. Yet after the game, he made it sound like it was a can of corn.

"I just went back, tracked it and got a good jump on it," the 2018 Gold Glove award winner told MassLive.com after the game. "Timed up my footsteps the way I wanted to. I got up there and executed it."

The Red Sox homered in the next half-inning and went on to win 2-1.

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