Yasiel Puig's full-extension catch at Citi Field gets my vote for the T-Mobile Game Changer Play of the Month. An incredible play by an incredible player.
Daniel Frankel, @Stan_Kankels
Todd Frazier and his monster 485-foot home run get my vote for the T-Mobile Game Changer Play of the Month. His mammoth shot had both fans and the camera guy wondering where the ball landed.
Michael Bolling, @mikealexbolling
On a day with three walk-off victories, the A's saved the best for last. Josh Donaldson hit a blast deep into the night off of Tigers closer Joe Nathan, giving Oakland a 3-1 victory and keeping them firmly on top of the AL West.
Stanten Jones, @StantenJones
My pick for the T-Mobile Game Changer Play of the Month is Josh Beckett's no-hitter. His first career no-no came against the Phillies and was thrown in impressive fashion.
Angela Lauren, @AngelaLauren1
My T-Mobile Game Changer Play of the Month goes to Jose Fernandez and this awesome trick play against the Braves. Not only did he finish the inning with the out at third, he won the T-Mobile Game Changer three times in a row because of it.
Keith McPherson, @Keith_McPherson
My T-Mobile Game Changer Play of the Month was Brian Roberts' ninth-inning home run against the Angels. The momentum provided by the game-winning blast carried over to the next game, as the Yankees won the series.
Serena Sanchez, @itsfedex
Josh Beckett's no-hitter was an incredible performance. As a Dodger fan, to have the first no-no of the 2014 season come from a Dodger was amazing. He gets my vote for T-Mobile Game Changer Play of the Month.
Cesar Pichardo, @Pichardo1468
I have to pick Giancarlo's extra-inning go-ahead blast for the T-Mobile Game Changer Play of the Month. With two outs and one on, Stanton drilled an 0-2 fastball from Dale Thayer to propel my Marlins to victory.
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