One of the best catches in a baseball game on Monday night didn't come from a major league player.
It came from 14-year-old Kayla Greer at the Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati.
Greer caught a foul ball on the right field line with an amazing catch off a ball hit by Reds All-Star Todd Frazier and then, after replay, the catch was ruled to not be an out because Diamondbacks right fielder David Peralta wasn't in position to make the play.
Crazy catches in Cincinnati
There's just something about Cincinnati and crazy fan catches.
There was the fan who caught two straight home runs in 2012.
That fan was later interviewed about the feat.
Then there was the Reds fan who caught a homer with a baby in his arms.
And there was a Reds fan who caught the ball while falling out of the stands.
Reds fans, however, haven't done like the Pirates fan who caught a homer with a tub of popcorn.
Or the Red Sox fan who caught a ball with minimal effort.
Or the generous fan who gave a ball to a sad fellow fan who didn't get it.
Or, in what might just be the best of all time, the boy who pulled off the smooth ball trick with a girl earlier this year.