Pennsylvania outfielder makes wonderful catch in Junior League World Series championship game

Pennsylvania outfielder makes wonderful catch in Junior League World Series championship game

14-year-old Pennsylvania Jack Regenye was at centre field for Kennett Square, in their Junior League World Series match against Chinese Taipei, when he pulled off a screamer. Leaping into the air, Regenye snagged the ball before flying over the outfield fence and landing on the other side. But then he leaped into the air, over the fence and caught the ball in one fantastic motion.

Sunday might've featured the best baseball catch of the year - and it didn't come from a professional.

Ultimately they reverted to the original call and the home run was not counted. After the batter rounded the bases, the umps reconvened to call the batter out once more.

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The outfielder made the catch as he dove over the fence in center at World Series Field at Heritage Park.

Yes, Regenye jumped over the wall and somehow managed to hold onto the catch.

The Pennsylvania team lost, 12-1, in the championship game and Regenye went 1 for 3 with a double, but nothing could top Regenye's catch. It looks like it's going to be a home run. Another conference by the umpires changed the ruling one last time - making it out and one of the greatest catches in baseball history.

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