When we talk about home runs getting robbed at Marlins Park, we’re usually talking about the ballpark’s comfy dimensions resulting in super-long flyouts. Not so on Thursday night.

Royals outfielder Jarrod Dyson showed why he’s known as an elite defender, ranging way back and making an impressive leaping grab at the wall to take away a homer from Christian Yelich:

Perhaps predictably, Dyson’s robbery was the first in ballpark history:

It’s worth noting that the Marlins moved in and lowered their fences over the winter, so Dyson had a more favorable environment working in his favor. Still, an outstanding catch is an outstanding catch.

Source: CBS Sports Headlines / WATCH: Jarrod Dyson becomes the first player to rob a home run in Marlins Park