Sport Steven Souza attempts diving catch, but comes up about 30 feet short

06:25  27 may  2017
06:25  27 may  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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Unless Steven Souza is Michael Jordan in "Space Jam," he had no shot getting to this ball on Friday.

In the fourth inning of the Rays' showdown against the Twins at Target Field, Souza attempted a diving play that certainly would have been the greatest catch of all time — if he were to haul it in.

Only about five Steven Souzas too short, and from another zip code.

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  Steven Souza attempts diving catch, but comes up about 30 feet short © (Getty Images)

I'm pretty sure this kind of catch worked in "Angels in the Outfield," but this is real life, unfortunately. Still, it's nice to see teammates Souza and Kevin Kiermaier shared a chuckle over the flub on the field.

Guardiola agrees with Allardyce: Diving should not be a priority

  Guardiola agrees with Allardyce: Diving should not be a priority Pep Guardiola is not impressed by the FA's attempts to tackle diving and has called for the introduction of video technology instead.Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola feels there is no need to take retrospective action against diving and believes making video technology available to referees should have been a bigger priority for the Football Association (FA).

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No one laughed when Souza made up for it with a monster bomb in the eight inning to give the Rays an insurance run late.

Maybe next time, Souza.

Matty Lee wins gold in Edinburgh .
Leeds teenager Matty Lee won the men's 10metre platform at the British Diving Championships in Edinburgh. Lee, 19, fought back from sixth place after a nervy start to win his first British title, saving his best effort until last with the highest scoring dive of the final to take gold with a total of 431.40 points."I feel like I have waited for this title for a while," the City of Leeds diver said."There have been a few times where I have had the opportunity to get the title and I haven't delivered, so it feels so good to have finally got it."Plymouth Diving's Matthew Dixon won the silver medal with 417.

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