Kyle Freeland keeps finding new ways to amaze Rockies fans. He did it again in the second inning of Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Fans will remember his first Major League win, which came against the NL West rival Los Angeles Dodgers in the Rockies’ 2017 home opener.

He wowed them at the plate with his first career home run against Cincinnati back in May.

They surely won’t forget his near no-hitter to close out the first half of the 2017 season against the Chicago White Sox.

This time, it was a play in the field that dazzled.

With one out in the top of the second, fellow rookie Josh Bell hit a short chopper to the third-base side.

While this is usually Nolan Arenado‘s area to shine, Freeland showed that he too can make incredible, acrobatic plays on that side of the field.

Freeland bounded off the mound, grabbed the chopper from Bell on the second bounce, then spun and threw like a shortstop, sending a one-hopper to Mark Reynolds for the out.