Los Angeles Dodgers, MLB Postseason

Dodgers fan makes one of the best catches of World Series Game 2

A Los Angeles Dodgers fan made his case for a Gold Glove award after making this amazing catch in World Series Game 2.

The Los Angeles Dodgers have struggled to make plays in Game 2 against the Tampa Bay Rays, but this fan brought some excitement to the stands. Brandon Lowe finally put his bat to work, knocking out a solo homer off Tony Gonsolin in the first inning to start the scoring for the Rays. Joey Wendle came through with a double to deep right-center in the top of the fourth inning to keep things going.

With the score already 3-0 in Tampa Bay’s favor and Dodgers pitcher Dustin May on the mound, Rays center-fielder Manuel Margot cut a foul ball deep to right field.

This guy was absolutely ready.

Masked up and on point, this Dodger fan, like a ton of others, made the trip to Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, and had no intention of being an innocent bystander in this one.

Check out his Joe Kelly shirt for the cherry on top of this insane catch. Hopefully, he gave this ball to the kid a few seats over. One can only hope.

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