Video: Macalester student makes greatest Wiffle Ball catch of all time

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This one actually made ESPN's SportsCenter over the weekend:

The outfielder who made the amazing catch is Konnor Fleming, a defensive back on the Macalester College football team, according to the Star Tribune's Howard Sinker.

Fleming, who is from Vermont, was playing in a New England charity wiffle ball tournament over the weekend. The venue: A tiny replica of Fenway Park in Jericho, Vt., called "Little Fenway."

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