Niko Goodrum avoided a tag in the most beautiful way possible
To be successful at baserunning is an art form. You have to constantly be aware of the situation, be confident in the length of the lead you are taking and, of course, be kind of fast.
In the top of the second during Tuesday's Tigers-Indians game,
The call was overturned, and it had it had a lot to do with his ability to avoid the tag in the most beautiful way:
Talk about heads-up baserunning. Look at the way he swims over Kipnis' glove and around the bag. Impressive.