Game-Ending Wiffle Ball Catch From Travis Roy Tournament Going Viral (VIDEO)

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A man made the play of the day to help end a game and secure a win for his team during the 12th annual Travis Roy Wiffle Ball Tournament. Konnor Fleming was playing for the Crusaders in the tournament when he dove into the bullpen to secure the final out of the game and preserve his team’s 3-0 victory, Deadspin reported.

The tournament was being held at Little Fenway, a Wiffle ball-sized version of Fenway Park in Vermont. The tournament is held each year to help raise money for spinal cord research. It is estimated that more than $500,000 was raised this year.

Travis Roy is a former Boston University men’s hockey player who is paralyzed from the neck down because of an injury he suffered only 11 seconds into his collegiate career.

The video of the catch is below:

Sources: DeadspinYouTube