FENIX – Back, back, back and forth … in the stretched glove of the jumping Lorenzo Cain. This is a sight that many battles have seen on potential home runs, and this time Mr. Eduardo Escobar was a victim of the robbery.
Cain made an extraordinary catch that grabbed his home to put an end to the first. This is a view that many battles have seen on potential home runs, and this time D-backs Edward Escobar was the victim of robbery. 5-1 the Brewers' victory at Chase Field on Thursday night, adding another excellent game to his reel, which includes four who have taken a homer this season. right-handed Zack Davis, who left the bat at a top speed of 100.7 mph according to Statcast. However, Cain stepped back to the wall in front of the pool, judged exactly his jump, and caught the ball just above the fence when his body crashed into the wall. "You trust him, you know he will make these kinds of plays," Davis said. "He does things other people can not do, and impresses every time he does it." At the same time Escobar took off his helmet and lifted it up in the air to tilt his hat to the brewer's central pilot. or throwing the relay is only those that change the game. It just changes the inertia of the games so much, "said manager Craig Sonsell. ̵
This was not the only defensive mark for Cain in victory. He also made an impressive takeover of Carson Kelly's deep flying ball shoulder in the seventh, potentially saving a run in a game that was tied 1-1.
And now, "Cain said. "I'm trying to be a playmaker there, that's something I'm proud of, and I want to keep doing it. I'm not trying to throw a bat like I want now, so at least I can go out and play on a defensive side. "
Can Cain win the first Golden Gloves Prize in his 10-year career? His opposition is surprised that it has not happened.
"He did not win a gold glove?" Said the D-backs manager, Torrey Hivulo. – Well, he had to win one tonight, that's for sure. TJack Ril is an MLB reporter / editor based in Phoenix. Follow it on Twitter @ JakeDRill .