Here is the third of four batches of nominees for the 2015 play of the year. Small video of each has been embedded as a reminder of the play, or you can click on the header link, which will open a new tab with a larger version of the video on MLB.com. Pick your favorite of these five in the poll at the bottom. The winner of each group, and the highest-scoring runner up, will advance to the final vote, which will take place next week.
Ender Inciarte fields Anthony Rendon's flare with his bare hand and fires to second, nabbing Yunel Escobar on a forceout in the 4th
Aaron Hill makes a diving catch on Jose Lobaton's line drive for the final out of the 4th inning.
Ender Inciarte sends the game into extra innings with a diving catch in right-center to rob Michael Bourn of a walk-off hit. With two men on, this was the very definition of a game-saving play.
Andrew McCutchen is called safe after Paul Goldschmidt makes a terrific grab and starts a double-play, but after a review, the call is overturned, taking us into extra innings.
Chris Owings makes a backhanded play in the hole and Goldschmidt gets the runner out on a swipe tag, after a safe call is overruled, preventing the Reds from taking the lead.