Anthony Rizzo makes ‘Catch of the Century’

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When Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo made his climb-the-tarp, step-on-the-brick-wall, balance-on-top-of-the-seat, fall-into-the-crowd catch, Twitter damn near broke.

It used to take a day or two for a sports writer or an announcer to give a great play a name. Twitter had the play pegged quicker than the umpire could call Ryan Braun “out.”

Was it the “Catch of the Century?” White Sox fans might argue with that.

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