Camargo ranges 115 ft. for wild sliding snag

October 15th, 2020

made the most of his first postseason action of 2020. Even staring down a 14-run deficit in the sixth inning of Atlanta's eventual 15-3 loss in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series on Wednesday, there was no letup from the Braves' third baseman, who was added to the NLCS roster after Adam Duvall went down with an oblique injury in Game 1.

With Dodgers lefty Joc Pederson at the plate, Camargo was shifted off the line, essentially playing shortstop, meaning he had a lot of ground to cover when Pederson lofted a popup into foul territory. Camargo ranged 115 feet, tracking the ball over his shoulder all the way before reaching behind him at the last moment to make a sliding catch.

The play was even more precarious considering left fielder Austin Riley was motoring in at the same time, and the two narrowly avoided a collision as Camargo held on.

Camargo also added an RBI double in the ninth inning.