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Welcome to Capital One Premier Plays of the Week, where we determine the best plays from across Minor League Baseball!

Watch all five nominees below from May 16-22 and vote for your favorite. Vote as many times as you'd like -- there are no limits! Voting ends Sunday, May 26, at 11:59 p.m. ET.

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Congratulations to Durham Bulls left fielder Tristan Peters, the latest Capital One MiLB Premier Plays of the Week winner!

To see previous Plays of the Week winners, visit our archive page. Don't forget to subscribe to MiLB.TV to stream every Minor League Baseball game!

Come back on May 31 for the next round of MiLB Premier Plays of the Week voting!


Superman in Durham (56 percent of the vote)

According to Statcast, Tristan Peters needed to cover 60 feet of outfield to make this play. His feet traveled 53 feet, and the soaring dive covered the rest. The Triple-A Durham left fielder flashed into the gap, went into full-extension dive and got his glove to this 97.5 mph screaming liner. He even cracked a smile when he got back to his feet.

Allen's call to the bullpen (17 percent)

Jay Allen II, the Reds' No. 25 prospect, has made a name for himself as a tremendous athlete with plus speed that can cover a lot of ground in the outfield. He proved those assessments true with this gutsy, lunging catch for High-A Dayton, during which he narrowly avoided the bullpen pitching mounds along the right field line.

Mejia juggles, hangs on (16 percent)

Erick Mejia had to run a long way to track down this fly ball. When he got the glove to the ball, it didn't stay in the webbing. Instead, it took a fortuitous leap away from the wall, and the Triple-A Rochester right fielder snagged it with the barehand before throwing to first to double up the runner, who was in complete disbelief.

Meidroth's diving stop (9 percent)

It's ironic that a game which ended with a 13-12 score would produce an excellent defensive highlight. But Chase Meidroth deserves every bit of recognition for this play for Triple-A Worcester. This ball was ripped, 103.3 mph, but Meidroth was able to smother it in short left field, get to his feet and fire a strike across the infield for the out.

Mr. 505 (2 percent)

Sam Hilliard is something of a folk hero for Triple-A Albuquerque, with whom he first debuted in 2019. Earlier this month, he became the Isotopes' all-time home run leader. But he also has a long history of making plays like this. The 30-year-old used all of his 6-foot-5 frame to cover almost 80 feet of outfield with this diving catch.