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Baseball Player Jumps Over Catcher - Slow Motion & Reverse

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Uploaded on Apr 22, 2010

In an incredible college baseball play, Brian Kownacki jumps over Iona catcher James Beck in his successful bid to reach home plate and score. As this baseball player leaps over the catcher, he adds to what became part of a nine-run scoring spree in inning 8 that helped Fordham scale a 9-1 deficit to take the game in a 12-9 win.

The jump is so much fun to watch. See it here in slow motion, reverse, close up, and backwards again.

The baseball player leaps the perfect jump, the perfect arc over the catcher, and the perfect landing directly onto home plate.

I couldn't believe that a baseball player could make a jump like that and catch home plate on his way down. The catcher was certainly caught by surprise.

What an incredible jump. My hat is off to you, Brian, for your awsome leap over the Iona catcher.

I've seen one or two people say that they as runners have jumped over a catcher. But apparently what makes this runner jumping over the catcher unique is how he did the flip and caught the plate with his hands on the way down.

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