That is the only word to describe Roger Bernadina‘s catch in the fifth inning last night against the Florida Marlins.

Tied 4-4 in the top of the fifth, Florida’s Mike Stanton drives a ball deep into center field only to see the Washington outfielder take flight with his glove outstretched.

Bernadina snags the ball at the top of his glove like a “snow cone” and holds on through the landing.

As this catch is going on, the only thing I can think of is Matthew McConaughey being flown by “angels” to make a catch in the movie Angels in the Outfield.

Bernadina made this play all by himself.

Unfortunately, the Nationals couldn’t hold onto the game the way Bernadina held onto the ball.

Washington lost 6-5 in extra innings in what was their third straight extra innings ball game.

It’ll be tough for Bernadina to top that catch for the rest of the season, but he’ll get the opportunity again today against the Marlins.

The Nationals hope the next time one of their players makes a “catch of the season” type play, they can actually do so in a game that they win.

With not a lot to be excited about, this could easily be their highlight of the year until Stephen Strasburg finds his way back to the mound.

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