Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Johan Rojas had a memorable first snap in the majors.
The Phillies played the San Diego Padres in Philadelphia on Saturday, a day after Rojas was recalled from the minor leagues. Rojas was playing center field when shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. came up to bat, as there was a runner on first base.
Tatis hit a fly ball to center field, but Rojas was able to track the ball down and catch it as it slammed into the outfield wall.
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Moments after making the catch, Rojas noticed that Ha-Seong Kim had drifted away from first base.
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Rojas threw an impressive throw to first base, where Kim was tagged into a double play.
Rojas was given a chance to play at the major league level after Phillies outfielder Cristian Pache was placed on the 10-day disabled list.
Rojas, 22, came out of Double-A.
Rojas was hitting .306/.361/.484 with 20 doubles, five triples, nine home runs in Double-A.
The Phillies defeated the Padres in the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader. Rojas went 0-3 at the plate.
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Philadelphia won its 49th game of the season and is 12.5 games behind the Atlanta Braves in the NL East.