Watch: Indians' Zimmer gets face full of wall in determined catch attempt
Adam Hunger / USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Indians outfielder Bradley Zimmer got the worst of his unwavering attempt to track down a fly ball in Saturday's game against the New York Yankees.

In the bottom of the seventh inning, the 6-foot-5, 220-pound monster of a man went hard into the center field wall, coming up just short of making a remarkable catch and robbing Yankees catcher Austin Romine. The outfielder was left a little worse for wear and was replaced by Brandon Guyer.

Zimmer is one of the fastest players in baseball - top 10, in fact, according to MLB's Sprint Speed Leaderboard - so you can only imagine what he must be feeling at this moment. Prior to his departure, Zimmer had gone 1-for-3 with a double and is hitting .234/.294/.351 with four stolen bases in 30 games this season.

(Video courtesy: MLB.com)

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