Saturday September 26th, 2015

Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts leaped and ended up over the wall as he robbed Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis of a home run for the final out of a 7–0 Boston victory on Friday night.

In July, Betts made a catch and ended up in the Red Sox bullpen while attempting to rob Chicago White Sox outfielder Jose Abreu of a home run.

The play was initially called an out, but after a White Sox challenge, umpires ruled the play a home run since Betts dropped the ball after making contact with the wall. Betts exited the game after the catch.

Famous bullpen cop Steve Horgan appears to have been up close for Betts’s catch on Friday.

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Watch the catch below:

​- Christopher Chavez

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