WATCH: Christian Yelich makes jumping catch, faceplants into outfield wall
Yelich robbed Jarrod Dyson before getting intimate with the center-field wall
If you haven't watched the Miami Marlins this season, you might've forgotten that Christian Yelich is now the center fielder rather than the left fielder. That positional switch played an important role on Wednesday.
How so? Because here's Yelich making a running, jumping catch at the the warning track on a Jarrod Dyson charge. Yelich then slammed head-first into the wall:
Lest you think Yelich's impact looked worse than it was:
And lest you think Twitter was going to pass on an opportunity for a jokeyjoke:
Yelich, by the way, was apparently fine, seeing as how he stayed in the game.
As for Dyson --.
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