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Chad Jenkins makes the craziest catch of a line drive you'll see all year

Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Curtis Granderson hit a line drive that ripped Chad Jenkins' glove off, but the Blue Jays pitcher still made the catch. You need to see this one.

In the first inning of Friday's game between the Toronto Blue Jays and the New York Yankees, Curtis Granderson hit a screaming comebacker back up the middle. This is what happened.

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Yeah you probably need to see that again. IN SLOWED MOTION.

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Craziest play we've seen in a while. We say that after every baseball play, but come on now. That's incredible. You can see the full video of the play by clicking this link.

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