When you share an outfield with Mike Trout, it's hard to get attention. The Los Angeles Angels center fielder is prone to making spectacular catches look easy — even from the on-deck circle. But late July call-up Kole Calhoun did just that Sunday afternoon against the Texas Rangers.
With the Angels up 3-2 in the top of the seventh with runners on second and third and one out, Elvis Andrus hit a high pop-up to shallow right-center. Calhoun — who is listed at 5-foot-10 but is likely shorter than that — came out of nowhere with a full extension, diving catch to rob the Rangers shortstop. Leonys Martin scored on the sacrifice fly to tie the game at 3 and Texas eventually won 4-3 but what a grab by Calhoun. The slick play even appeared to impress Trout, who approached Calhoun after the play as if to say, "Man, that's what I'M supposed to do!"
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