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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 9-15 and vote for your favorite. Vote as many times as you'd like -- there are no limits! Voting ends Sunday, May 19, at 11:59 p.m. ET.

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!

Congratulations to West Michigan Whitecaps right fielder Roberto Campos, 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 24 for the next round of MiLB Premier Plays of the Week voting!


Campos gets it in traffic (36 percent of the vote)

There was a lot that stood between Roberto Campos and this out, including the bullpen mounds and low catch probability. But the Tigers No. 24 prospect put his body on the line, crashing into a side wall and nearly flipping out of the field of play, to secure the out for High-A West Michigan.

Brigman gets up to rob homer (27 percent)

Bryson Brigman has more than 3,200 innings of professional baseball under his belt ... at shortstop. The 28-year-old made the transition to the outfield just last year. But a good athlete can play anywhere on the diamond, and Brigman proved that on this home run robbery for Triple-A Reno.

Dunn's backhand brilliance (19 percent)

Jack Dunn has made some fun plays all over the diamond throughout his five seasons in the Minors. In fact, the only position he hasn't played professionally is catcher. But the 27-year-old can still pick it at short and proved as much on this backhand snag and heave for Triple-A Rochester.

Rada's diving catch (14 percent)

At just 18 years old, Nelson Rada has already accomplished a lot in professional baseball. The top Angels prospect has reached Double-A Rocket City, and, because he makes plays like this, he was also a Gold Glove outfielder in 2023. Rada runs a long way to track down this fly ball and uses a full extension dive to haul it in.

Woah, Adrian! (4 percent)

Adrian Sampson has made 72 big league appearances since 2016. As he works his way back to the Majors with Triple-A Round Rock, it's good to show a bit of hustle. And what better way to do that than busting out the Pete Rose impression on an infield dribbler?