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Nolan Arenado made yet another great defensive play and Ryan Braun couldn't believe it

Nolan Arenado could field leaves falling from a tree and make it a must-see event. With lightning-quick reflexes and hands as soft as yogurt, he's collected four consecutive Gold Gloves, turning the entire left side of the infield into a no-hit zone. 

With one on and one out in the bottom of the ninth on Opening Day, Ryan Braun came to the plate representing the tying run. Only problem? Arenado was there to make the diving play to start a game-ending 5-4-3 double play to secure the Rockies' 7-5 win

Arenado was back at it in the bottom of the first on Tuesday. Once again Braun pulled a shot to the hole. And once again, Arenado was there: 


Braun could only look on in shock as he saw two hits disappear into the pit that is Arenado's defensive home: 


Double your pleasure with both of the plays in one clip below: