Video: Curtis Granderson's spectacular catch saves a run for Mets

Curtis Granderson spectacularly hauled in Brandon Belt’s drive to deep center and crashed hard into the wall to save a run for Noah Syndergaard with a runner on second base for the final out of the sixth inning, preserving a scoreless tie and prompting chants of “Grandy” from the home crowd.

Postseason defensive heroics are nothing new for Granderson, who started his career as a center fielder but this season in right, especially when Syndergaard is on the hill.

Curtis Granderson tracks down a long drive to save a run in the NL wild card game.

(JASON SZENES/EPA) Granderson hits the wall, then the dirt.

Granderson hits the wall, then the dirt.

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Granderson is helped up by Jay Bruce.

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The veteran saved a home run in Game 2 of the 2015 NLDS against the Cubs in last year’s postseason.

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