The tying run was 90 feet away. The winning run was at first base.
But if you saw the diving catch that Geneseo centerfielder Daniel Kaye made in the sixth inning of Saturday’s Section V Class C2 final, then you understand why it was so easy for him to catch the final out of the game.
And with that catch, he sank any hope of a rally for the Red Jacket Indians, who finished on the wrong side of the 4-3 score at Batavia’s Dwyer Stadium.
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Know what the worst part of a rally is? When it doesn't last long enough. The @RJathletics were oh-so-close to making a comeback in the Class C2 baseball final, but as coach Nick Frechette said, it just didn't work out that way. https://t.co/ycykNamUAi
— Bob Chavez (@MPN_bchavez) May 27, 2018