Apr 10: A sinking liner to left center sends Parra sliding in to make the catch.
Apr 16: Running in on a sprint, Parra then dives full-length for the diving grab.
May 3: Backing up a play from center, Parra starts the relay to retire the runner at home.
May 9: A ground-ball down the line in right might normally be a double...
May 10: Chase Utley clearly wasn't watching the previous play.
May 18: Preserve the one-run lead? No problem.
May 30: Gerardo shows off his range sprinting full-speed to dive for the catch.
June 9. Damn. That's all I've got.
June 10: Suck it, Yasiel Puig. Suck it long, and suck it hard.
June 10: From the same night, Parra leaps at the wall to save extra bases.
June 25: Will they never learn about trying to score from second? I hope not.
June 29: Parra trips, falls to his knees and still makes the catch.
June 29: Later in the same game, Parra slides over to nail a fly-ball with a sliding grab.
July 6: He may have won the Gold Glove in right, but he can play center as well.
July 11: Please replace divots before continuing play...
July 26: Is this leaping catch at the wall a potential play of the year nominee?
July 30: Parra runs to left and reached across his body, catching a hard-hit liner.
Aug 10: Gerardo sprints over and sprawls full-length to snare a ball near the line.
Aug 20: Parra get the last out, to seal Patrick Corbin's first career complete-game.
Sep 2: Parra tracks down a sinking liner with a tumbling catch.
Sep 5: Four for the price of one: two great catches and two runners gunned down at the plate.
Sep 9. Yasiel Puig. Home-plate. Hilarity ensues.
Sep 11. Gerardo ranges over into foul territory and slides into the wall for the out.
Sep 13: Stray too far past second-base? Not a wise choice, opposing player.
Sep 26: Parra stays focused, despite almost getting run over by A.J. Pollock!