Giovanny Urshela is hitting only .246/.278/.352 for the Indians, which is not good enough for a Major League third baseman. He's only a rookie though, so there's plenty of time for him to get his offensive game together. In the meantime, he's making some really nice defensive plays at the hot corner.
Not all really nice plays are created equal though, some of them stand out as better than others. Some of them, "really nice" doesn't do justice to. In the 4th inning of Tuesday night's game against the Yankees, Monstro made one of the most impressive plays I can remember a third baseman making. (Feel free to point out better ones, because I'd be happy to watch the video of any plays even more impressive than this one.)
The batter was Brett Gardner, a left-handed hitter with good speed, which is to say, the sort of guys who can beat out a lot of infield hits. Off his bat though, it didn't look like it would be an infield hit, it looked like it would be a double down the left-field line.
If you already saw the play, I know you'll be happy to watch it again. If you haven't seen it yet, you're in for a treat...
That throw should be hanging in a museum somewhere.