Must See: Red Sox’s Jackie Bradley robs Orioles’ Trey Mancini of walk-off homer |

Must See: Red Sox’s Jackie Bradley robs Orioles’ Trey Mancini of walk-off homer

Samson X Horne
Boston Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. robs Baltimore Orioles’ Trey Mancini of a home run in the 11th inning of a baseball game Wednesday, May 8, 2019, in Baltimore. The Red Sox won 2-1 in 12 innings. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)

Red Sox outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. robbed Baltimore Orioles’ Trey Mancini in what would have been a walk-off homer Wednesday night.

With one of the most sensational grabs you’ll see this year, Bradley raced to deep center, dug midway into the wall with his right cleat and reached over the 7-foot barrier to secure the the grab — and save the game in the bottom of the 11th.

A true sportsman, Mancini tipped his helmet to Bradley acknowledging the hustle.

The Red Sox prevailed 2-1 after 12 innings.

Samson X Horne is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Samson at 412-320-7845, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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