Will Venable is not somebody who you expected to hear being compared to Ozzie Smith, but the play he pulled off to save the Padres in the 12th inning of Monday night's victory over the Giants is incredible enough to make the Wizard of Oz blush.
This catch is as do-or-die as they come: if Venable doesn't rob Juan Perez right here, the game is over. Instead, the Padres live...
San Diego Padres center fielder Will Veneble saved the game Monday against the San Francisco Giants. In a tie game with two outs in the bottom of the 12th, Veneble had this diving catch off the bat of Juan Pierre. Had Veneble not made the grab, Brandon Belt, who was standing at second base, would have easily scored the game-winning run. After winning this game in the 13 innings,...
Your browser does not support iframes. San Diego Padres outfielder Will Venable made the catch of the year at a crucial time during his team’s win over the San Francisco Giants on Monday night. With two outs and a runner on second, Juan Perez stung a ball to center field that looked like it was [...]
The San Diego Padres have their own “Man of Steel” in outfielder Will Venable. The disguised super-hero made a game saving catch in the 12th inning laying flat out to complete the web gem. Venable proved this hard hit drive would not be his kryptonite reeling it in for the out.
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All knotted up at 3-3 between the Padres and Giants in the bottom of the 12th on Monday night, outfielder Will Venable strapped on his PF Flyers and reeled in an incredible catch to save the game for San Diego.
San Diego's Will Venable made an incredible full extension diving catch into the center field dirt to prevent the winning run from scoring in the bottom of the 12th last night. Your browser does... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
Video: Game-saving grab in extras
On Monday night San Diego Padres outfielder Will Venable made the catch of the year in Major League Baseball so far. Not only was the catch itself incredible, but it also saved the game for the San Diego Padres against the rival San Francisco Giants.
In the bottom of the 12th inning with the game tied 3-3, San Francisco’s Juan Perez strolled to the play with the winning run on...
Last evening, as the Padres crawled back to tie the game in the bottom of the 9th inning, sleep deprivation began to take a wicked toll on my body. I commented on Twitter that I was tired and needed to go to sleep. My body simply did not need extra innings. I set my handheld device down and readied myself for a much needed slumber.
But I just couldn’t do it.
I walked back to the...
This is one of the most bizarre home runs I've ever seen. In the second inning of the Marlins-Padres game on Tuesday night, Padres outfielder Will Venable hits a fly ball to right field off of Marlins starter Alex Sanabia. Miami right fielder Marcell Ozuna settles down to make the catch in normal depth in right field as San Diego's announcers prepare to call the fly out....