Do you know who has the best record in the majors right now? If you said the New York Yankees, you would be wrong. It's actually the Washington Nationals. At 67-43, the Nats are still surprising folks all around the league with their strong pitching rotation and effective lineup, but it doesn't hurt to have guys like Roger Bernadina holding it down in the outfield when a spectacular, game-saving catch is needed. 

Last night, the Astros threatened to tie and possibly score the winning run in the bottom of the 12th inning when Houston's Brett Wallace hit a ball towards the left-center-field wall. Somehow, though, Bernadina galloped over making the improbable catch and getting Washington another W. So the Nationals' magical season continues...       

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[via Rant Sports]