The most important thing to take away from the video is AI ignores physics and ratings when it's setting up advantage for the opponent. Or,for whatever reason, the AI just steps in and takes over and animates the glorious impossible moment.
Henderson is a 99 runner that is trying to sprint back to 3rd. The catcher is a 40 runner that is a couple strides behind until Ricky slides. Sliding is faster than running through a base by 1/7 of a second (look it up). Anyway, if you watch the video you see the catcher pass one of the fastest players in the history of baseball as he's sliding.
Also, the main point when I recorded the replay was to show an out that wasn't an out. There was no tag, but the inning ended on this "out".
Just shows when the AI decides to spin the game it ain't very good at it. This obvious stuff is why either the programmers or QA just aren't spending enough time refining their product. And also why, maybe speaking just for myself but, likely everyone that's thrown a fit because the AI plays the game..not us. We get played by the AI, and it plays the game as well.