High School senior Tim Anderson made ESPN SportCenter's Top Plays on Thursday when he caught a home-run for the third consecutive game at Camden Yards home of the Baltimore Orioles.
The O's were playing the Chicago White Sox when Anderson, age 17, started his stint of grabs. On Tuesday, he ran down a ball bouncing around in an empty row that was hit by Carlos Quentin. On Wednesday, he caught a homer by O's JJ Hardy. Then Thursday, he
jumped above a group of people to snag the 1st Inning blast by Alexei Ramirez.
With sub-par pitching, the Orioles have given up a league-worst 144 homers this season.