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Watch Toronto Blue Jays' Chris Coghlan fly over catcher to avoid tag

Chris Coghlan touches home plate after leaping over Yadier Molina.

Chris Coghlan touches home plate after leaping over Yadier Molina.  (REUTERS/Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports)

Toronto Blue Jays utility player Chris Coghlan might have outed his true identity as a real-life super hero during Tuesday's game against the St. Louis Cardinals.

With the game tied 1-1 in the seventh, Coghlan bolted from second to home on Kevin Pillar's deep ball off the left-field wall.

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The speedy Coghlan would be greeted at home plate by Yadier Molina, who would have made the run-saving tag, if not for Coghlan's insane high-jump over the Cardinals catcher's back.

To make it even more impressive, Coghlan landed squarely on home plate, scoring to put the Jays ahead of the Cards, 2-1.

The play is a must-see:

Either Coghlan is MLB's version of Clark Kent, or he was an Olympic track and field athlete in a past life. Whatever his true identity is, we hope it produces more plays like this in the future.