This postseason has seen some pretty impressive displays of power with balls flying high and far. But, when balls hit that hard stay in the field of play, they can still bring fun moments. When Mookie Betts hit a 104-mph line drive to Alex Bregman in the third inning of Game 4 of the ALDS presented by Doosan, Bregman turned that quality contact into his advantage.
The ball got to the aptly named hot corner so fast that Andrew Benintendi didn't have time to react to it at first base.
Of course, Bregman's reactions had to be quick to catch a 104-mph line drive, but it's unfortunate we can't measure thinking in miles per hour, because he likely had to think even quicker to beat Benintendi to first with his throw.
Bregman later hit a home run to tie the game in the eighth inning, 3-3. With that kind of performance, it makes sense that Bregman was pumped up: