Reddick said the first catch was the best he’s ever made.
"I don’t know how I did it," Reddick told The Associated Press. "When I got to the fence and climbed it, I looked back and the ball was already two feet over my head. I was lucky enough to get my glove on it."
After the second one, Morse raised his arms in disbelief: "I was like, `I thought we were friends.’ I know Reddick and he takes his defense so seriously," Morse told The AP.
Oakland center fielder Sam Fuld, who made his own running, over-the-shoulder catch in the outfield, added, "I’m pretty sure that’s the best play I’ve ever seen live and then it just got wacky with the second one.
"You’ll never see that again."
So what’s this have to do with Oakland being robbed in the 2013 ALDS?
With a two-games-to-one lead in the best-of-five series, the A’s led the Detroit Tigers by a run in the bottom of the seventh inning of Game 4 and were nine outs away from advancing to the ALCS.