• Texas Rangers pull off rare triple play not seen in 106 years

    1 month ago - By WGN TV

    Bases loaded, nobody out.
    The Angels' David Fletcher then hits a hard ground ball to third that results in a triple play last seen in Major League Baseball in 1912, reports USA Today .
    The rarity? The batter wasn't one of the outs, according to STATS .
    Watch the play pulled off by the Texas Rangers in this video. Even without the batter anomaly, the play was still pretty unusual, notes ESPN .
    In baseball parlance, it was a 5-4 triple play (referring to third-baseman Jurickson Profar and second-baseman Rougned Odor), only the third such one in the expansion era that began in 1961.
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  • Texas Rangers Pull A Rare Triple Play Not Seen In 106 Years

    Texas Rangers Pull A Rare Triple Play Not Seen In 106 Years

    1 month ago - By The Huffington Post

    This particular 5-4 triple play hasn't happened since 1912.
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