Odubel Herrera robbed Scooter Gennett of a home run with an impressive no-look grab
Odúbel Herrera has a history of making clutch plays in center field for the Phillies. As a rookie in 2015 -- in his first season in center field, no less -- he made two crucial catches to help Cole Hamels throw a no-hitter. Now in his fourth season, Herrera is still up to his old tricks in center. With the game tied, 3-3, in the top of the 10th inning of Wednesday night's 4-3 Phillies win over the Reds, Scooter Gennett hit a ball to straightaway center field that looked sure to land beyond the fence. Great defense is so old hat for Herrera that he didn't even have to look to make a spectacular catch:
While Ben Simmons has been making no-look passes across the street for the Sixers, Herrera has clearly been working on some no-look moves of his own. We wonder if Herrera has any more secret moves up his sleeve ...