Who says the catch of the year has to come at the MLB level?
Jack Regenye, centre-fielder for Pennsylvania, robbed a Chinese Taipei batter of a home run with an unbelievable catch that saw him tumble over the outfield fence.
Words cannot do the snag justice, so check it out below.
This play from Pennsylvania’s Jack Regenye in the Junior League World Series is the catch of the year. Unreal. pic.twitter.com/iNPmOtWU1q
— Chat Sports (@ChatSports) August 20, 2017
The play was originally ruled a catch, then changed to a home run, then changed back to a catch. Chinese Taipei still ended up rolling to a 12-1 win, but all anyone will remember is the epic grab.
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Stars like Josh Gad, George Takei, Dane Cook and more have penned moving tributes to the late comedian just moments after news of Lewis’ death broke.
Cook remembered his fellow comedian in a series of tweets, calling Lewis his “mentor and friend.”
“A visionary. A pioneer in all forms of entertainment. A charitable human. A father,” he wrote. Cook added: “He meant the world to me& I will forever cherish the time I got to spend with him & his family. At a dark time in my life he brought me joy.”
Always funny. Always helpful. Always honest. I will miss you Jerry Lewis. The world has lost a true innovator & icon. pic.twitter.com/mJzLbh0VFd
— Dane Cook (@DaneCook) August 20, 2017
Jerry Lewis loomed large in my family. Many movies with my mom & he made home movies with Janet and Tony. He made me and many laugh. #rip pic.twitter.com/4LbEbc9FCT
— Jamie Lee Curtis (@jamieleecurtis) August 20, 2017
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— Penn Jillette (@pennjillette) August 20, 2017
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Britney Spears strayed from her usual set list and gave her critics “something to talk about.”
The 35-year-old singer, decked out in a racy black ensemble, surprised the audience at her Piece of Me residency in Las Vegas on Saturday with a live rendition of Bonnie Raitt’s 1991 hit “Something to Talk About.”
Before she began, she addressed the crowd by saying, “So I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately, right? This morning I woke up and I was like, ‘There’s a lot of things going on in the world’ and stuff, but basically I looked and I was like, you know what, the press and the media my whole life … you know, it’s really crazy, one minute they tear you down and they’re really horrible, and the next minute you’re on top of the world, you know?”
“I’ve never really spoke about it, you know, and I’m a Southern girl. I’m from Louisiana,” the pop star continued as the audience cheered. “I’m from the South and I like to keep it real, so I want to just make sure I keep having you motherf—ers something to talk about, okay?”
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