shoestring catch

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(baseball) a running catch made near the ground

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JetHawks center fielder Jarred Ball may have saved the day with a shoestring catch on Casey Baker's two-out blooper to short center with a runner at third, a play he made with shortstop Danny Richar diving directly in front of him.
But Camarillo center fielder Stephanie Byrne came up and made a shoestring catch.
With two on, one out and a full count to Adam Piatt in the second inning, Piatt dunked a ball toward right field, where Tim Salmon converged, made a shoestring catch just inches above the outfield grass and threw to first for an inning-ending double play.
Jami Tipre drove a ball into the right-center field gap, but Lisa Modglin had a bead on it and came up with a shoestring catch to end the game.
Angels left fielder Garret Anderson had two Grudzielanek putouts, including a shoestring catch in the third.
Anderson hit a sinking liner to left field, where Bobby Higginson tried to make a shoestring catch.
Sandy had to go 50 or 60 feet to get to it and she was in foul territory and made a shoestring catch.
By the time Taillon made a shoestring catch in right for the final out, Royal had a 9-7 lead.
Yankees in March when Bernie Williams comes in to make a shoestring catch on Devon White's pop fly to end the fourth inning.
But the Dodgers also had two infield errors and Cedeno missed a shoestring catch that resulted in a Rico Brogna double and eventual score.
Nicklaus does it all: El Camino Real outfielder Kristi Nicklaus had two hits and made a shoestring catch to spark the Conquistadores to an 8-0 nonleague softball win over Glendale.