Lancaster Barnstormers, Lehigh Valley Ironpigs make Sportscenter’s Top 10 Plays in the same day

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PENNSYLVANIA– Baseball hit it big in Pennsylvania on Monday, as two separate plays made Sportscenter’s Top 10 plays.

First, the Lehigh Valley Ironpigs took the spotlight when recent call-up, second baseman Scott Kingery, made a diving stop to steal an RBI single.

Kingery was playing in his first Triple-A game Monday, and finished 1 for 5 with that diving play.

In the Atlantic League of Independent Baseball, the Lancaster Barnstormers were involved in a top play as well.

Barnstormers infielder K.C. Hobson got a hold of a pitch and ripped it to dead center field, appearing to be a surefire home run.

However, New Britain Bees outfielder Michael Crouse had a beat on the ball, and was able to scale the wall to make a leaping catch.

Despite not being Major League plays, the leather was flashed in Pennsylvania on Monday.

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