Cleveland Indian thirdbaseman Giovanni Urshela's incredible catch and jump throw to rob New York Yankees Brett Gardner of an extra base hit caught the eye of our voters last week and took home the week 19 Major League Play of the Week.
It didn't make a difference in the outcome of a game; it didn't take a hit a way from a hitter on a torrid pace and turn it into a double play; it didn't even come from a player on the verge of winning a golden glove.
Chicago Cub utility man Chris Coghlan is not best known for his defensive prowess, but this week he was on his game in left field for the Cubbies, robbing the Cincinnati Red's Brandon Phillips of extra bases and taking home the Week 16 Play of the Week.
The power of team work equaled a Play of the Week title in week 15 as Chicago White Sox teammates Carlos Sanchez & Alexei Ramirez teamed up to throw out Kansas City Royal Kendrys Morales and take home our Play of the Week title.
Back in my day wearing the "tools of ignorance" (playing catcher), if a batter did anything that even remotely showed up my pitcher, the pitcher would get the "thumbs up"; a signal that would indicate the pitcher throw a little "chin music" to th…