If Cubs prospect Eloy Jimenez continues to make these kinds of catches, seats along the first-base line at Wrigley Field are about to become even more in demand.
2. Crashing into the dugout
This Brewers fan went belly-up, using every part of the ballpark at his disposal, to snare this foul ball.
3. A cannon in center
Miami's Marcell Ozuna proved he could be falling away from home plate and STILL throw you out.
4. Prospect shows the way
Take note All-Star Game participants: The wall in deep right-center field is just short enough for you to reach over and rob the batter of a home run. Padres prospect Manuel Margot has already tested it.
5. Who can hit that?
Madison Bumgarner tied a career-high with 14 strikeouts during his no-hit bid Sunday night, including nine K's on incredibly nasty curveballs like these.
6. Tying 'em in knots
This wasn't the only silly swing generated by Dodgers rookie Kenta Maeda, who struck out a career-high 13 Padres on Sunday in a 3-1 win.
7. Moncada lives up to billing
Future Red Sox infielder Yoan Moncada, the No. 5 overall prospect in baseball per MLB Pipeline, kept his swing short and sweet for a 405-foot, go-ahead home run for the World Team in Sunday's MLB All-Star Futures Game.
Matt Kelly is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.