The Colorado Rockies sent outfielder Raimel Tapia down to Triple-A on Tuesday, despite the speedy outfielder putting together a rock-solid .316/.369/.480 slash line in 40 games.

And in Tapia’s first game back in the minors for the Albuquerque Isotopes, he did his best to show he belongs back in the bigs. Then again, this play Tapia made at Isotopes Park wouldn’t even be possible in the majors, given that there are no longer any hills in the playing field with the Houston Astros getting rid of Tal’s Hill before the 2017 season.

Watch Tapia climb a hill in center field to make an incredible catch:

And it turns out Tapia has made these plays before!

Tapia also added a triple at the plate in the Isotopes’ 3-1 win over the Tacoma Rainiers.

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