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Congratulations to Reno's Camden Duzenack, voted by fans as April's top play winner!
Duzenack's heads-up play (49 percent of vote)
4/9/22: Somewhere out there is a Little League coach with an ear-to-ear smile because Camden Duzenack stayed with the play. The Reno second baseman was head's up all the way as he played the deflection -- on a nifty backhand swipe by reliever Mack Lemieux -- and fired a strike to the plate to keep a run off the board.
Turner gets way up to rob a homer (26 percent)
4/16/22: If the left field fence at The Joe were just a little deeper, Omar Hernandez's fly ball would have been a can of corn for Gionti Turner. But Turner got to the fence well before the ball came down and had to stutter step and perfectly time his jump as he pulled back a homer with a backhand.
Durham's Stevenson makes leaping grab (18 percent)
4/12/22: The game was likely out of reach for the Bulls but JJ Bleday's long fly ball in the ninth inning wasn't anything Cal Stevenson couldn't handle. Stevenson ran to the deepest part of the park, jumped and got the glove just above the yellow line before bringing back a would-be three-run homer.
DeLuzio makes spectacular grab (5 percent)
4/26/22: Memphis center fielder Ben DeLuzio had some day against Durham. The Cardinals prospect homered twice in the contest before taking flight with a full-extension diving catch on the warning track in left center field to deny Miles Mastrobuoni of extra bases.
Downs makes sliding play for Worcester (2 percent)
4/27/22: Anytime an infielder makes a play with their back to the plate, it's going to turn some heads. Worcester shortstop Jeter Downs did just that when he fought the sun to track a blooper in shallow left field. The No. 6 Red Sox prospect came down with the ball on a backhand after a desperation slide into the outfield.