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Watch: Buxton wows again with amazing catch, even better slide

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Byron Buxton put his speed on full display Saturday night at Target Field.

Early in the game, Buxton ran down a deep drive to the gap by Melky Cabrera and made a lunging catch. He was clocked at nearly 22 mph and he took all of that momentum into the wall – luckily he was fine.

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Buxton also put the Twins on the board with an incredibly slide ... er ... leap of faith to home plate.

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