No, THIS catch really is best you'll ever see

August 1st, 2021

What do you do when you're climbing the outfield wall in order to rob a home run, but you've just misjudged how deep the drive is?

Well, you catch the ball anyway, of course. And you do it in style.

That's what the Marlins' did in the second inning of Triple-A Jacksonville's game against Charlotte at Truist Field on Saturday night. The 25-year-old center fielder drifted back toward the center-field wall on a high and deep drive, measured it up and made a climbing leap to the top before realizing the ball wasn't going as far as he originally thought.

But Harrison was unfazed, reaching back with his glove while hanging onto the wall with his other hand to make a spectacular grab.

One of the first images that comes to mind is that of Bo Jackson pulling a Spiderman-like move on the outfield fence after making a tremendous running catch at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium in 1990.

Another iconic image comes to mind when watching what Harrison did while jogging in toward the dugout after making the great play to end the inning -- a shoulder shrug, much like Michael Jordan's from when he couldn't miss during Game 1 of the 1992 NBA Finals.

When a guy can remind us of Bo Jackson and Michael Jordan in one play, he's doing something right.