Ever play baseball? At any level? I mean even Little League, even T-ball? Then you can answer this question: What's the safest and surest way to catch a fly ball?
"I was always taught to use two hands," said Mets right fielder
This is a sensitive topic in the Mets clubhouse these days a) because the team lost a game earlier this season after
"I'm not sure why some guys use only one hand," said Church who admits that he does it himself sometimes. "Maybe it's because it's more relaxing. You're not standing there so tense, with both hands up ... ?"
Uh-uh. Not buying it. "The reason guys catch with one hand is because it looks cool," said Phillies outfielder
Stairs is kidding. Kind of.
There have long been guys who have caught the ball one-handed -- and I'm looking beyond
Another Willie, first baseman
Of course, as rad as those kind of catches can be -- Mets manager
"I wouldn't risk it," said Phillies center fielder