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WALL BANGERS
April 01, 1996
Outfielders can go only so far in tracking down a fly ball, but some stop at nothing to prevent a run from scoring
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April 01, 1996

Wall Bangers

Outfielders can go only so far in tracking down a fly ball, but some stop at nothing to prevent a run from scoring

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Mark Leonard of the Giants failed to make the catch and got plastered at Candlestick.

Despite running afoul of the foliage, Luis Gonzalez caught this fly at Wrigley.

Midre Cummings of the Pirates was up in arms trying to make this play at Veterans Stadium.

Paul O'Neill of the Yankees lived a nightmare: the wild carom off the Careen Monster at Fenway.

Otis Nixon, then a Ranger, caught hold of the wall, if not the ball, at Comiskey Park.

Gold Glover Steve Finley of the Padres made an eye-catching grab at Shea Stadium.

Tony Tarasco, then an Expo, met the wall head-on chasing a hit at Dodger Stadium.

It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Barry Bonds! The superman came up short at the Stick, but the fan in red didn't.

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