Nomar Mazara, playing right field, ended the game in dramatic fashion with an incredible throw from deep in the corner of the outfield to Rougned Odor at second base to nail Robinson Cano trying to stretch a single into a double and trying to stretch a loss into a win. It was one of the better throws you will ever see. That it ended a game in which the Rangers were threatening to blow a 6-1 by giving up three runs late in the game made it even more remarkable. Of all the highlights of the 2016 season, this is in the top ten.
Originally published June 13, 2016.
There’s really only one word to describe how yesterday’s game ended and the throw Nomar Mazara made to end it: