Cleveland Indians center fielder Austin Jackson made such a sensational catch, he drew a standing ovation — from the rival Red Sox fans at Fenway Park.
Jackson raced toward right-center, jumped high and jackknifed into the Boston bullpen to rob Hanley Ramirez of a leadoff home run in the fifth inning Tuesday night.
‘‘That was one of the best catches I think I’ve ever seen,’’ said Cleveland manager Terry Francona, the former Red Sox skipper who led Boston to World Series titles in 2004 and 2007.
So good, Boston fans had to stop in mid-celebration when Jackson re-emerged and held up his glove with the ball still inside. Umpires called for video review, which the Fenway...