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Two superstar fielding plays - but which is better?

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With all the attention this week on Thursday evening's NBA draft, you may have missed some stunning plays in the MLB this week.

ESPN Web Gems ran a poll asking users which play was better - Victor Martinez's diving stop and no-look throw, or Aaron Hill's one-handed pick and flip to first base.

Two stunningly agile plays in the field - and we've got our favourite, definitely Martinez's full-length diving save.

The Detroit Tigers first-baseman made the defensive play of the game in the sixth inning with the game poised at 4-3 to the Boston Red Sox. The Tigers turned it around and won 7-5.

But which do you prefer? Leave a comment below with your favourite and we'll tally up the votes!

Victor Martinez first base play v Boston Red Sox

Watch the Aaron Hill play here.

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