Mike Trout ripped a line drive into center field where Yasiel Puig, always trying to be part of a highlight reel, dove for the ball instead of playing it in front of him. He missed and the ball went all the way to the wall.
Trout smelled blood and ran as hard as he could for home. To his credit, Puig jumped up and raced to the ball at the wall. He threw to the relay man, Hanley Ramirez, who rifled home to Dodgers’ catcher A.J. Ellis. Ellis was up the line and applied the tag to Trout before he touched home plate. Trout and the rest of the Angels didn’t think so and out trotted Angels’ manager Mike Scioscia.
Here is the play.