Arizona is looking for more offense in the corner outfield positions after losing out on free agent Carlos Beltran.

The Arizona Diamondbacks secretly made an aggressive push for free agent Carlos Beltran, and they still want a corner outfielder, according to Bob Nightengale of USA Today. Nightengale reports that one player they have their sights on is Mark Trumbo of the Los Angeles Angels.

The Diamondbacks' current outfield arrangement is high on defense but low on offense. Gerardo Parra, A.J. Pollock and Cody Ross, who combined to play in 387 games in Arizona's outfield in 2013, each posted OPS+ marks between 99 and 104 while accruing monster ratings for their work with the glove; Ross, however, missed the final two months of the season after suffering a dislocated hip. Former first-round pick Adam Eaton, rated in the top 100 prospects in baseball prior to 2013 by both Baseball America and MLB.com, is also in the mix; the 24-year-old managed only a 674 OPS in 277 plate appearances in 2013, though. Tony Campana is also a current outfield option for Arizona.