Sometimes, you just have to tip your cap. Jason Kipnis fielded a sharp ground ball off the bat of Austin Jackson that looked destined for center field, and instead turned it into a near double-play. Given the context -- runners on first and second base with one out in the ninth inning -- it's safe to say that Kipnis made a game-saving play.
The save should really go to Kipnis because shutdown closer Chris Perez was nice and mediocre— Grey (@spacemnkymafia) May 12, 2013
Here's Kipnis' flip from another angle.
Had Kipnis not been able to get Infante at second, there's a good chance that he would have scored on Torii Hunter's single to right field on the very next pitch, which would have tied the game at 7. Instead, the Tribe were able to get Miguel Cabrera to ground out to third base and come away with a 7-6 victory.