Clemson’s Cannarella Makes Jaw-Dropping Over-the-Shoulder Catch to Keep College World Series Hopes Alive

Clemson sophomore Cam Cannarella stunned fans and solidified his place in college baseball history with an incredible over-the-shoulder catch during the Tigers’ Game 2 of the Clemson Super Regional against Florida. With two outs in the bottom of the 10th inning and a Florida runner on second base, Cannarella’s catch kept the Tigers’ hopes alive for three more innings until Florida’s Michael Robertson sealed the deal with a two-run hit in the bottom of the 13th, resulting in an 11-10 victory for the Gators.

If you’ve been following Clemson this season, Cannarella’s heroics may not come as a complete surprise. The Tigers have displayed remarkable resilience throughout the season, coming from behind in 25 of their 44 wins. One of their most memorable comebacks was rallying from eight runs down in the bottom of the ninth to defeat rival Florida State 9-8 earlier in the year. This season marks Clemson’s first appearance in the Super Regional since 2010, the last time they made it to the College World Series. Despite a decade of postseason frustration, the Tigers have persevered, with Cannarella emerging as a standout player and fan favorite.

Cannarella, a highly anticipated first-round pick in the upcoming 2025 MLB Draft, has solidified his place in Clemson history with his remarkable catch. The excitement surrounding his performance is palpable, and his legend continues to grow with each game.

This incredible feat by Cannarella has undoubtedly captured the attention of baseball fans everywhere, and his remarkable catch will be remembered as one of the most clutch plays in college baseball history.