Since Matt Holliday is still as ripped as ever, he threw out a runner at second base
Holliday's return to Colorado has also meant a return to the outfield, which has provided an interesting wrinkle. He was primarily a DH in 2017 with the Yankees and hadn't been an outfield regular since his days with the Cardinals. While he might not have the range he once did, his arm still has to be a factor.
You see, while Holliday has aged in other ways, his muscles look just as good at age 38 ...
... as they did at age 26:
In the third inning on Tuesday,
DO NOT RUN ON...— Colorado Rockies (@Rockies) September 19, 2018
*double checks scorebook*
MATT HOLLIDAY! pic.twitter.com/bjpek6Apqp
... only to be retired on an excellent throw from Holliday to second baseman
Technically, it was Holliday's first outfield assist since July 2, 2016, but that one was only caused by a missed catch from third baseman
That assist was so long ago that the player Holliday threw out --
Just don't tell Holliday that. His arms are too intimidating.