Forget Game 4, the Red Sox outfield has been doing insane stuff all season long
First it was Mookie Betts defying the laws of physics to turn a sure home run into complete and utter chaos. Then it was Betts holding Marwin Gonzalez at third and hosing Tony Kemp at second. And then, with the bases loaded and the game on the line, it was Andrew Benintendi robbing Alex Bregman of a game-tying single -- or even a walk-off hit.
Really, it's fitting that jaw-dropping plays from Boston's outfield brought the Red Sox to the verge of the World Series -- because, well, they've been making jaw-dropping plays all year long. In case ALCS Game 4 was your introduction to the law firm of Betts, Benintendi and Bradley, don't worry, we're here to get you caught up.
If you'd like to see more of "Mookie Betts throws himself into various outfield fencing," you're in luck:
Really, he does this sort of thing all the time:
Like all the time:
Kemp should've just checked with the Yankees as to whether or not running on him was a good idea:
Bradley's thing, on the other hand, is spontaneously appearing in front of seemingly uncatchable fly balls:
Seriously, we've tried to figure out where he came from on this play and it can't be done:
The man can cover the entire outfield if he wants:
The quirky dimensions at Fenway mean that Benintendi doesn't get as many chances to show off, but as Game 4 showed, he can go get it with the best of them:
Even when he has to fend off the constantly startled spirits inside of the Green Monster: