Jarrod Dyson has yet to hit a home run this month for the Arizona Diamondbacks, but he's already taken two away with his glove.
Earlier this month, Dyson was playing right field when he robbed Houston's Jake Marisnick of a home run in Phoenix.
On Tuesday night, Dyson was in center field when he took away a three-run homer from the Brewers' Domingo Santana in Milwaukee.
Drifting back to the wall, Dyson timed his jump perfectly and just managed to get a glove over the 8-foot-high wall.
"Actually, I thought it was like just a routine pop-up," Dyson told reporters. "I kind of came in and I realized that ball was hit farther than what it looked, and I just went back and tried to make a play on it and I was able to grab it. Anytime I'm out there, I'm just trying to make plays to save my pitcher from throwing another pitch."
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Starting pitcher Matt Koch, who hails from Cherokee, Iowa, wanted to do something nice for Dyson for keeping his ERA down.
"He asked me if I wanted some wine," Dyson said. "I told him, 'Nah, it's my job to go out there and make plays.'"