There's no better tagger in the MLB than Javy Baez, and it could even be argued there's no better glove than the stud middle infielder for the Chicago Cubs. That glove was on display Sunday in the tenth inning.
The game was locked at five a piece with Washington when Baez robbed the Nats of a base runner in extras.
Baez ranged to his left and reached down for a ball up the middle, spun, and fired an off-balance throw to first base. Ian Happ made a spectacular pick to get the runner by a step.
The Cubs will need more of that to stay in playoff position, but nobody makes the grind look smoother than this guy.