With two outs in the sixth inning and Denard Span on second base, Granderson sprinted toward the 408-foot sign in center field and made the catch just before crashing into the wall. According to Statcast™, Granderson reached a top speed of 18.2 mph and covered 101.9 feet, with a 96.9 percent route efficiency. Balls hit similar to Belt’s have resulted in a hit 97.1 percent of the time.
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