Last week was round two of our year-end post season, pitting the top 6 plays from the second half of the major league season against each other, with the winner continuing on to this week's big finale, The Play of the Year finals.
Last week, in the regular season ending poll, Boston Red Sox secondbaseman Dustin Perdroia robbed Cleveland Indian Abraham Almonte of a bunt single with a terrific show of glovesmanship, taking home the final Play of the Week.
The Texas Rangers' second generation superstar Delino DeShields, Jr. made an incredible diving catch to rob Oakland's Josh Reddick of a single during week 23 of the Major League season, and took home the week's Play of the Week honors.
Texas Ranger rightfielder Shin Shoo Choo showed off his cannon of a left arm to nail Seattle Mariner Logan Morrison, cutting off a go ahead run in a pivotal game last week. For his effort and an incredible double play, Choo took home this week's Play of the Week award...
Cleveland Indian thirdbaseman Giovanni Urshela's incredible catch and jump throw to rob New York Yankees Brett Gardner of an extra base hit caught the eye of our voters last week and took home the week 19 Major League Play of the Week.
It didn't make a difference in the outcome of a game; it didn't take a hit a way from a hitter on a torrid pace and turn it into a double play; it didn't even come from a player on the verge of winning a golden glove.