The definition of clutch knows no bounds, so long as a player manages to deliver for his club. Charlie Culberson did just that, as he pulled off a little bit of magic Sunday afternoon. In the top of the ninth inning, the Marlins loaded the bases with no outs, trailing by one run. Neil Walker stepped up to the plate and lined out to Culberson in left field, and the Braves outfielder proceeded to fire an absolute missile to home plate to record a game-saving double play.
Ice in his veins! Culberson unleashed so much power into that throw that he literally tumbled over from loss of balance in left field.
Let's also not sleep on catcher Brian McCann handling that short hop and slapping the tag down in a blink of an eye.
Luke Jackson was able to record the final out of the game after the ridiculous efforts from Culberson, and the Braves managed to hold onto their 4-3 lead.