During the sixth inning of the game at Cincinnati's Great American Ball Park, the Braves' Nick Markakis hit a pop-up into foul territory along the third base line.
Winker came sprinting in from left field and made a solid running catch against the concrete wall that separates the fans from the field.
Winker’s momentum brought him right up to a fan in the first row who was holding a tray of ballpark nachos.
If Winker had decided to indulge, he would not have been the first professional baseball player to take a mid-game “nacho break.”
During a 2013 game, then-Detroit Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder came face-to-face with a fan’s nachos after he chased a pop-up into foul territory along the first base line.
Unlike Winker, however, Fielder couldn’t resist helping himself to a bite.