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Anytime a player robs a home run, it qualifies as a spectacular play. The home run-robbing stab is one of the most exciting plays in baseball. By somehow climbing a 10-foot wall in Toronto on Sunday, Blue Jays outfielder Rajai Davis took the feat to new heights.
Casey McGehee hit what appeared to be a certain homer for the Yankees in the seventh inning, but Davis timed his jump perfectly and was able to climb the wall and pull the ball back into the park. You could say that Rajai channeled his inner Mike Trout, since it’s a feat Trout has perfected with catches like this one and this one, but the height of the wall is what really makes this catch impressive. Definite top play of the season candidate.