Seiya Suzuki Saved a Run with a Beautiful Sliding Catch
Having given up a leadoff triple, Justin Steele might’ve thought he was about to give up a run in the first inning. It’s hard to get out of a runner on third base, nobody out.
But Steele is frequently awesome, so he got a strikeout and a pop out from the next two batters to get close to getting out of it. That’s when it looked like Christian Walker had come through with a two-out, RBI single … but Seiya Suzuki said nope:
Great sliding catch by Seiya Suzuki! pic.twitter.com/QSmttmGb3q
— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) May 15, 2022
I think that ankle is feeling better! Love to see Suzuki, who also hit a 400-foot double in the first, back out on the field.
Phillies First Baseman Rhys Hoskins Just Went Down on a Non-Contact Injury, Had to Be Carted Off (UPDATE: ACL)
Spring Training Miscellany: Cubs Thump the Diamondbacks, Wesneski Cruises, Thompson, Mastrobuoni, More