Kaleb Cowart went full stretch to rob Odubel Herrera of a base hit
In the bottom of the fourth inning of the Angels' 5-4 win over the Phillies on Thursday, Odubel Herrera showed off his glovework as he raced across the outfield to rob Martin Maldonado of extra bases:
But Herrera would soon learn that turnabout is fair play. With a runner on first in the top of the fifth, Herrera smashed a ground ball that seemed destined for center field. Only problem: Kaleb Cowart was there. With a dive to his right, Cowart backhanded the ball and started a double play.
If there's a lesson in here, it's this: Treat others how you would like to be treated. Or, perhaps: You can't spell glovework without "love."