Originally Posted by backbencher
The play is known as a "Jim Edmonds." It leads to Gold Gloves.
Are you saying you think that was an excellent play?
If so, I would counter that if an outfielder had to go to the ground to catch a ball that he did not go after at full speed from the get-go, then he did not play it particularly well. Not to take anything away from Hamilton. That's one play. But he needs reps out there. Imagine what his range will be when he learns to read the ball instantly off the bat, the way Stubbs does.