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Watch Trayvon Robinson Make A Career Catch In His First Major League Game
On Sunday, Dodgers prospect Trayvon Robinson was traded to the Seattle Mariners as part of the three-way Erik Bedard trade. On Friday, he was called up to the majors.
And on Friday night, he made a home run-robbing catch that will be on highlight reels for years.
In the bottom of the third inning in Anaheim, the Angels’ Torii Hunter went deep — just not deep enough. The ROOT SPORTS video:
The Mariners’ announcing team on KIRO radio were a bit more confused about what went down:
It’s only four innings into his major league career, but so far it’s an auspicious debut for young Mr. Robinson.
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