[Watch] Altuve & Hernandez Collide In Outfield; Reddick Robs Home Run In Astros Win

During the Houston Astros 4-2 win in the Cleveland on Tuesday, there were a couple of plays that stood out in the outfield for the AL West leaders.

First, Jose Altuve and Teoscar Hernandez were tracking a shallow fly ball when the two collided full speed.

After the game, Brian McTaggert provided an update from Manager AJ Hinch and the outlook is not as great for Hernandez as it is for Altuve.

The other outfield excitement came from normal right fielder Josh Reddick who had moved to center field because of injuries to George Springer (hamstring discomfort) and Jake Marisnick (mild concussion).

Reddick lived up to his love for Spider-man (he wears a full Spider-man suit under his uniform) as he scaled the wall to rob Jason Kipnis of a home run.

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