Watch: Dolphins’ Parker records catch of the year candidate

Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker is going to be on highlight reels everywhere.

Parker recorded one of the best catches of the NFL season late in the fourth quarter of Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders, snagging the ball with one hand while jumping backwards.

It was all for naught, however, as the Dolphins lost 27-24 despite Parker's best efforts.

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Catch Fade: Draymond Green And Bradley Beal Ejected After Blanket Soft Basketbrawl [Video]

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Draymond Green And Bradley Beal Fight At Oracle Arena

It went DOWN in Oracle Arena last night when the Warriors hosted the Washington Wizards. Things got a little out of pocket just before halftime when Draymond Green and Bradley Beal got physical with one another…

Draymond looks like he can’t fight a LICK. SMH.


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Watch: Bellinger steals show in Game 3 with oppo-taco, insane catch

Cody Bellinger may not be able to pick Jerry Seinfeld out of a lineup, but the Los Angeles Dodgers youngster is both real and spectacular.

Bellinger, the prodigious rookie who smacked 39 homers during the regular season, showed off that power stroke Monday in Game 3 of the National League Division Series, crushing a 416-foot opposite-field solo shot off Zack Greinke to extend his club’s lead over the Arizona Diamondbacks to 2-0 in the top of the fifth inning at Chase Field. It was his first career postseason home run.

At 22 years, 88 days old, Bellinger is now the youngest player in Dodgers history to go deep in a playoff game, his fifth-inning blast taking that distinction away from teammate Corey Seager, who had grabbed the record with his solo shot in Game 1 of the 2016 NLDS at 22 years, 163 days old.

And the kid can play defense, too. In the bottom of the fifth, moments after storking his first-ever playoff homer, Bellinger made a sensational grab on a Jeff Mathis popup, reaching over the dugout railing and ultimately tumbling into said dugout to corral the baseball.

Serenity now.

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Watch: Memphis’ Miller makes one-handed catch look routine

Anthony Miller is having himself a game against UConn.

First, the Memphis receiver made this incredible one-handed grab without even breaking stride. Then he capped off the drive with a touchdown catch.

Miller would add another two touchdown scores in the first half, as he's been doing it all thus far for the Tigers' offense.

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Watch: Fitzgerald channels Randy Moss with incredible jump-ball catch

Larry Fitzgerald wants everyone to stop talking about a potential retirement – he can still play plenty.

The Arizona Cardinals' veteran receiver went up and over Dallas Cowboys corner Orlando Scandrick for a very Randy Moss-esque grab to keep the chains moving on a third-and-19 in the fourth quarter.

Fitzgerald became the NFL's eighth all-time leading receiver earlier in the contest, but obviously, was not content to finish there.

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Strasburg’s scoreless streak ends at 35 innings on bungled catch

When Washington Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg came off the disabled list for an Aug. 19 start, he allowed two runs in the bottom of the first inning. He hadn’t allowed another until Sunday night against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

It was a heartbreaking end that was avoidable. With two outs in the top of the second inning, Dodgers second baseman Logan Forsythe drilled a deep fly ball to the center-field wall.

The ball bounced out of Michael Taylor‘s glove, easily scoring Yasiel Puig from third. No error was charged, and it was scored as an earned run, giving the Dodgers an early 1-0 lead.

As the team points out, Strasburg’s scoreless streak of 35 innings was the longest in baseball this season while also setting a new franchise record in the process.

Strasburg struck out opposing pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu on four pitches immediately after.

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Watch: New Mexico State’s Jaleel Scott makes catch of the year in season opener

New Mexico State's 6-foot-6 wide receiver, Jaleel Scott, closed the book on the 2017 college football catch of the year competition in Thursday's season opener, against Arizona State.

Scott soared above Arizona State's 5-foot-10 defender Kobe Williams, hauling in the one-handed touchdown grab and narrowly planting one foot in the end zone before the other landed out of bounds.

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Sale marvels at Bradley Jr.’s catch: ‘He’s the complete package’

Jackie Bradley Jr. continued to do amazing Jackie Bradley Jr. things Saturday evening, and the Cy Young candidate on his team is taking notice.

"There's no doubt in my mind he's the best center fielder in the game," Chris Sale told Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe following a contest against the New York Yankees.

“You see the catches he’s made; you see the arm that he has. He’s the complete package out there.”

Bradley Jr.’s latest heroic defensive play was a one-out leaping grab at the wall in Fenway Park with a runner on first:

The Boston Red Sox outfielder actually ranks fifth among seven qualified center fielders, according to FanGraphs. He ranks fifth in DRS and UZR/150 among his peers as well.

Sale previously worked with Adam Eaton during their mutual tenures with the Chicago White Sox. The 28-year-old Eaton had a breakout defensive year in 2016, saving 18 runs with his glove, according to FanGraphs.

Bradley Jr. has yet to win a Gold Glove, as the 2016 All-Star plays in the same division as defensive wizard Kevin Kiermaier.

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Watch: Stanton makes incredible HR-robbing catch to end game

The National League leader in home runs can play a little defense too.

Miami Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton made a phenomenal leaping grab to rob Washington Nationals outfielder Brian Goodwin of a two-run homer Wednesday in what was the final out a 7-0 win for the home side.

Stanton, who also doubled in the game, has 33 homers on the season – one shy of Aaron Judge for the major-league lead.

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