While the world is focused on the Little League World Series in Williamsport, it was one of the older kids in the Junior League World Series who made the highlight of the year.
Pennsylvania was facing Chinese Taipei in the Junior League (ages 12-15) World Series championship game when Yi Hsiang Lin of Chinese Taipei hit a fly ball in the fourth inning that appeared to be going over the fence for a home run.
But Pennsylvania center fielder Jack Regenye came out of nowhere, dove over the fence, and landed with the ball in his glove for the out.
Here is the video, via Eric Hubbs.
Maybe the greatest catch ever made in the LLWS just now pic.twitter.com/2zZQQIrbTH
— Eric Hubbs (@BarstoolHubbs) August 20, 2017
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