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Posted 15 September 2012 - 03:27 PM
Darwin Barney is just too good to not get it.
I wasn't really watching the game intently, but I saw at least three plays that many second basemen would not make. Two of these were ranging to his left, one with a spinning jump throw that looked awesom in slo-mo, and the other he slid around the ball an stood up and made the throw to get Alvarez by a mile.
He also made an incredible catch on a pop up directly over his head and the jumped over Dave Sappelt to avoid a collision and whirled to get the ball in to Castro.
No-brainer in my opinion. Any doubters should now be gone.
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