San Diego Padres baseball player Fernando Tatis Jr. demonstrated his superpowers again this week in several incredible moments, most notably on Tuesday. The Washington Nationals' Ryan Zimmerman hit a line drive above everyone's heads and Tatis lept up at an astonishing height to pluck the ball out of the air. It's almost like he kicked his legs mid-jump to propel him even higher.
"The Nationals would win, 7-5," SB Nation reports, "but Tatis continues to be a marvel all over the field. He also hit his NL-leading 27th home run of the season in the loss."
Here's the video:
Then on Wednesday, Sports Illustrated wrote about how he "made a superhuman throw to nail a runner at the plate: