Former Chicago Cubs and White Sox outfielder Austin Jackson may not be patrolling the field on either side of town anymore, but the catch he made for his new team is still one that has to be seen to be believed.
Jackson, now an outfielder for the Cleveland Indians, ranged back on a ball off the bat of Red Sox slugger Hanley Ramirez on Tuesday night, and as he approached the bullpen wall at Fenway Park, he leaped up and made an absolutely mind-boggling catch:
According to ESPN Stats and Info, the robbery was Jackson's fifth of his career, which is tied for 11th most in baseball since he joined the league in 2010.
Jackson was a member of the Cubs during their 2015 run to the playoffs, appearing in 29 games for the North Siders. He then signed a free agent contract with the White Sox before the 2016 season, but injuries limited him to just 54 games.