On any given night in baseball, you’re bound to see something you’ve never seen before, or only seen rarely. The play that Jesús Aguilar and Jazz Chisholm Jr. combined to make to end the top of the 10th inning in the Marlins’ 7-6 win over the Giants on Saturday certainly qualifies.

With two outs and runners on second and third with the Giants up by a run, Mauricio Dubón hit a ground ball to shortstop. Chisholm made a nice play to his left and threw on the run to Aguilar at first base, and this is when the play got really wacky. The ball bounced, and as Aguilar went to pick it, it bounced off his glove, but he caught it with his bare hand just in time to record the out as Dubón raced down the line. A successful juggling act of sorts. You never know what you’ll see when you watch a game.

The play ended the inning and kept the Marlins’ deficit at just one run. That proved important in the bottom of the frame, as Miami was able to rally for two runs to walk it off.