In case you needed a reminder, Nolan Arenado is GOOD at baseball. The Colorado Rockies superstar has quietly put together another remarkable season and he was up to his typical antics again during Wednesday afternoon's tilt against the Arizona Diamondbacks. With the Rockies trailing by one in the bottom of the ninth, the slugger stepped to the dish with a runner on first and absolutely torpedoed a walk-off two-run blast DEEP down the left field line at Coors Field.
Right-hander Archie Bradley didn't even bother looking up into the sky to see where that one landed, and for good reason. He, like the rest of us, knew that was getting parked into the bleachers as soon as it came off the bat.
What else did he expect to happen throwing a mid-90s fastball right down broadway to the four-time Silver Slugger?