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MLB All-Star Week first-half highlights week takes us to the number two highlight. The theme of these highlights is defense. Believe it or not there hasn’t been a lot of offensive thrillers in the first-half of the season.
The top two highlights on this countdown are ridiculous catches. Carlos Gomez’s game-saving home run robbery comes in at number 2. Why number 2? Well – the number one play (shown tomorrow) was ridiculous. However, given the situation – Gomez’s catch is ridiculous.
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20. Carlos Gomez Robs Joey Votto
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