Diamondbacks' Mark Trumbo Really Overestimates Distance on Fly Ball

Tyler BrookeSenior Analyst IIMarch 22, 2014

The Diamondbacks' outfielder Mark Trumbo can't get to a line drive from the Dodgers' Adrian Gonzalez during the Major League Baseball opening game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks at the Sydney Cricket ground in Sydney, Saturday, March 22, 2014.  (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
Rick Rycroft

Mark Trumbo of the Arizona Diamondbacks has played a number of positions during his career, but it looks like he isn't exactly the most consistent outfielder.

While playing in left field, Scott Van Slyke of the Los Angeles Dodgers crushed a ball deep in Trumbo's direction. Trumbo overestimated the distance of the ball, leaping all the way up on top of the fence.

Unfortunately for Trumbo, the ball didn't come close to where he was, falling short of the wall. Van Slyke ended up coasting into second base for the easy double.