Pillar Makes Unreal Catch While Hanging On Wall May 4th, 2019, SIS Featured CINCINNATI — Giants center fielder Kevin Pillar arrived from Toronto with a highlight reel of impressive catches, and he made another spectacular play in the third inning of Saturday night’s 9-2 loss to the Reds at Great American Ball Park. With the Reds leading 5-1, Nick Senzel sent a drive towards the 404-foot marker in deep center field, but Pillar climbed the eight-foot wall and readjusted his glove midair before making an improbable grab to rob the Reds’ top prospect of his first Major League home run. “It was a pretty cool catch, wasn’t it?” manager Bruce Bochy said. “He showed a lot of athleticism. He’s done that a lot. He’s made so many great catches out there, and that’s got to be right up there with one of the best. He went up that wall with ease and made it look easy.” Click here to read the rest of the article at MLB.com.