Kansas City Royals leftfielder Alex Gordon dove into the stands during Sunday's game against the Chicago White Sox and came up with an incredible catch. 

By SI Wire
April 26, 2015

Kansas City Royals leftfielder Alex Gordon showed why he is a four-time Gold Glove winner with an impressive defensive play in Sunday's game against the Chicago White Sox

In the bottom of the sixth inning, Gordon helped preserve a three-run Kansas City lead by tracking down a tailing fly ball off the bat of Micah Johnson. He dove into the stands and still managed to come up with the ball. 

"I knew it was going to be close to the fence," Gordon said, according to MLB.com. "I actually judged it pretty good and knew where the fence was and where the ball was going. I just said, '[Screw] it,' and jumped in the stands."

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"The ball in the stands was flashy," manager Ned Yost said, "but the double-play ball when he ran to the line and turned in one motion and threw a bullet back to second base, I mean that was a huge play, too."

Gordon also had a home run in the game, but the sixth inning ended up being the Royals' demise. After Gordon's stellar catch, Kansas City surrendered five runs and ended up losing 5–3.

- Dan Gartland

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