Jorge Soler's arm is so strong it might convince baserunners to change careers
Sure, being a baseball player is fun. It's basically a job where you get to play outside with your friends all day and hit balls really hard with sticks. It sounds like a jaunt, right? Nothing to be afraid of?
Hold up right there. We're all forgetting about Jorge Soler, possessor of an arm so powerful it might frighten lesser men into leaving the game forever. During Friday's Cubs-Rockies game, Soler's throw from right stopped Nolan Arenado's attempt at a double in its tracks:
Is Soler's arm scarier than "It Follows?" We think so.