If you happened to watch the World Baseball Classic on Saturday, you may have noticed the Netherlands upsetting the heavily favored Dominican Republic 3-2 in Puerto Rico. The catcher for the Netherlands is Dodger prospect Kenley Jansen. The 21-year old native of Curacao -- hey could the Dodgers actually field a productive player from Curacao? -- stood out for his play behind the plate, especially the 9th inning. In the final frame, Jansen gunned down Willy Taveras, who was trying to steal third base. Then on the final pitch of the game, Jansen threw to second from his knees attempting to get Hanley Ramirez. Ramirez easily beat the throw, which didn't matter since the pitch was strike three anyway for the third out. However, Jansen's throw was an absolute laser beam and made me almost jump out of my seat as I was watching it. Who knows if Jansen will ever make it to the majors -- he did not make the Dodgers' top 30 prospects list in Baseball America, and was even behind the also-unranked A.J. Ellis on their catcher depth chart -- but Jansen certainly made a name for himself Saturday.