Jackie Bradley Jr. punctuated an inning-ending catch by throwing a deep pass to Mookie Betts
There probably isn't a more fun outfield in baseball than the Red Sox's. After all, not only do Andrew Benintendi, Jackie Bradley Jr. and Mookie Betts each possess a fine glove and the ability to drive the ball out of the park, but they punctuate every win with their own dance routine. They've got a new wrinkle, now.
After Bradley raced back and made a grab to end the second inning during Friday's 5-4 win over the Yankees, he sent Betts on his own outfield route:
This is one step away from a game of 500 after Little League practice -- and it's taking place on the Fenway Park grass.
If you're feeling sad that Benintendi wasn't involved, don't worry because he got his chance: He collected the game-winning RBI with a walk-off walk.