There, Tulowitzki did it without his glove. He grabbed the ball in his bare hand while facing center field, pirouetted, then made a spot-on relay throw to first base.
The Rockies have struggled lately, having lost 13 of their last 15 games going into Wednesday, but when healthy, they have a strong defense. The play displayed the type of infield dazzle expected of Tulowitzki, a two-time Rawlings Gold Glove Award winner, and LeMahieu, who earned the Rockies' Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award based on statistical formulas last season.
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