There are routine plays, there are good plays, there are great plays, and there are plays that make so little sense in the moment that they remind you of scenes used for dramatic effect in sports parodies. Want to guess which category Chris Coghlan's 'Willie Mays Hayes' impersonation falls under? I mean, look no further for clarification on how unprecedented it is to go up-and-over in the actual Major League than the reaction of a catcher who has been in the Major Leagues no less than two centuries. Yadier Molina has seen it all - including a baseball magically attaching itself to his chest protector - and he turned into a deer in highlights as a utility player soared over his head to score during a play at the plate. All he had to was pull up slightly to send his opponent's flight pattern into complete disarray and he just froze up like a guy that was experiencing excessive turbulence. A full blown flying somersault over a grown man. Just no way you can possible expect that type of base running from anyone...never mind some random white guy whose had a mediocre career. The highlight does feel a bit cheapened by the absence of some face-to-face, "Mr. Peckerhead"-esque mockery of an egregiously cocky catcher, but that's just an occupational hazard of summoning the spirit of a fictional, braggadocios baseball movie legend (albeit in more impressive fashion)...