Houston Astros outfielder George Springer is a man of many baseball tools. Springer bats leadoff and can blast the ball out of the park with the best of the Astros hitters. He his one of the Astros' best runners and Springer has strong enough arm to stay in right field even with Colby Rasmus on the roster.
One of Springer's best abilities is his ability to cover ground in the outfield. Springer showed that fielding tool off on Tuesday against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Mike Trout, a mythical unicorn that can go magical things, was at bat in the eighth inning against Pat Neshek. Trout flipped the fifth pitch he faced from Neshek, hitting a shallow line draw to left-center field.
Springer put on the afterburners and caught up to the ball about a foot off the ground for the out. The best part of this exchange is the look that Trout gives Springer after he pulls up at first. Now watch: