By Sam Bush
Phillies shortstop Johan Camargo dove and made an incredible stop of a grounder last night against the Mets.
Then he turned and threw from his knees to Rhys Hoskins at first, who made a neat pick-up of the short-hop toss to easily beat the runner.
“He’s like a movie star on the baseball field,” Jean Segura told MLB.com.
“He’s got a bunch of earrings, he’s got the batting gloves in his pockets, he’s got the earring in his nose, he’s got the nice part in his hair, he’s got the tight pants. The kid has flow. When he comes to the plate, he’s feeling good about himself. You can see the difference between him coming to the plate and when everybody else comes to the plate.”
The Phillies defense put on a show 🍿 pic.twitter.com/ccgmIkEA8O
— ESPN (@espn) May 2, 2022