Watch: Indy leaguer avoids catcher's tag with unreal slide
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Danny Oh pulled off the slide of his life Saturday.

The outfielder for the St. Paul Saints, who play in the independent American Association league, took the Sioux Falls Canaries for a trip in the first inning when his nimble slide evaded the catcher's tag before he went up and over the backstop to score the game's first run.

A 27th-round pick by the New York Yankees in the 2012 draft, Oh spent five minor-league seasons with the Bronx Bombers' organization. He then played 86 games with the Oakland Athletics' Double-A affiliate, the Midland RockHounds, in 2016.

Watch: Indy leaguer avoids catcher's tag with unreal slide
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