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by: Esteban On  Monday, August 21, 2017

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Austin Jackson and Billy Hamilton have some competition for “Catch of the Year” honors. And it’s not from a fellow big leaguer.

During the championship game at the Junior League World Series on Sunday—that’s like the Little League World Series, but for 13-15 year olds—an outfielder for the East team made one of the greatest baseball catches of all time at any level.

Jack Regenye, who plays for the team Kennett-Unionville, Pennsylvania, leapt up and over the wall in center field to rob Chinese Taipei of a home run.

Take a look at this:

Absolutely ridiculous, right?

At first the umpires didn’t even know if it was legal. The initial call on the field was a home run. However, after conferring with each other for a few minutes, the officials reversed the call and ruled it a catch—the single greatest catch of Jack Regenye’s young life.

Unfortunately, the catch did not do much to affect the outcome of the game. Chinese Taipei went on to win 12-1.

Hat Tip – [theScore]