Starlin Castro tipped a popup to Aaron Judge for a circus 4-9 putout
Whether on the mound, in the batter's box or in the field, baseball is often a solitary game. Sure, there's time for collaboration -- a double play, maybe, or a caught stealing -- but for the most part, players have to make plays on their own.
Sometimes, though, you just need a little help from your friends -- as
"I think that's the first time [I've made a play like that]," Judge told MLB.com's Bryan Hoch. "Castro was going after it, we were both kind of in a bad spot. He was able to get a glove on it. I was able to make the play."
That's a 4-9 in the scorecard, just like they drew it up.