Last October, the baseball world saw what Randy Arozarena is capable of at the plate. But let it be known that he can play a little defense, too.

Arozarena, the Rays’ breakout star in the postseason, put forth an early candidate for catch of the year with his diving effort during Monday night’s 11-2 loss to the Red Sox at Fenway Park. Moved from left to right field in the third inning, Arozarena robbed Hunter Renfroe of a clear extra-base hit and saved another run in the fourth on a running, leaping grab that can take its place in his personal highlight reel.

With runners on second and third and nobody out, Renfroe hit a 101.1-mph line drive into right field. The ball looked like it’d find a gap and roll around for a double, perhaps even a triple, but Arozarena turned it into a sacrifice fly. Arozarena left his feet, flung himself toward the ball and made a huge stretch to snag it before coming down hard on the outfield grass and rolling over to get the ball back into the infield.

Christian Vázquez tagged up and scored on the play, but Marwin Gonzalez could only advance from second to third. Gonzalez came around to score on a Franchy Cordero groundout, giving the Red Sox a 3-0 lead.

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