The 2016 NLDS rematch between the San Francisco Giants and Chicago Cubs is off to a tremendous start. Joe Panik got the party started with a home run before the Chicago defense took over with a couple of tremendous plays in a row.
Addison Russell assisted on the the first out of the inning after completely robbing Christian Arroyo of a hit.
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But center fielder Albert Almora Jr. was not going to be outdone.
Brandon Belt appeared to have a double (or possibly triple) in the bag, only to have it taken away when Almora tracked his ball down in the right-center field gap at Wrigley Field and made a jaw-dropping, leaping catch.
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The only downside about starting a game like that is that it will be challenging for anyone to come up with a better play for the remaining eight innings.