Junior League World Series Player Makes Incredible Over-the-Wall Catch

Zac Wassink@https://twitter.com/ZacWassinkFeatured ColumnistAugust 20, 2017

Kennett Square outfielder Jack Regenye became an internet sensation during Sunday's Junior League World Series contest between Pennsylvania and Chinese Taipei. 

In the top of the fourth inning, Regenye raced toward the wall to play a blast seemingly headed over the fence for a home run. 

The young man left his feet and secured the ball as he flipped over the wall to make what may be the best defensive baseball play you see all year. 

As Marlowe Alter of the Detroit Free Press explained, the play was originally ruled an out, then changed to a home run and then, finally, officially called an out. 

Mr. Regenye is ready for the Show!

[Twitter]

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