DENVER — The Rockies will be preserving Nolan Arenado’s dirt and blood-stained jersey from Sunday’s thrilling victory at Coors Field.
The Rockies unveiled the authenticated jersey on Tuesday and put in a frame that features the baseball and pictures from the moment as well as other information.
The third baseman completed the cycle with a three-run homer to help the Rockies stun the Giants and complete a four-game sweep.
“These fans are the best. We’re winning ballgames, they’re getting loud, man. It’s fun to be in Denver right now,” Arenado said after the victory.
It was the fourth cycle of the season and only the eighth Rockies history. It was the first walk-off homer to end a cycle since Carlos Gonzales did it in 2010.
Arenado’s cycle was the 17th in Coors Field history, which ties Fenway Park for the most in an active ballpark, according to ESPN.