A triple play is one of the most rare plays in baseball. An unassisted triple play is another matter entirely, as just 15 have ever been recorded in MLB history, the last by Philadelphia Phillies second baseman Eric Bruntlett in 2009. And that's why the little man below is in such good company.
Ross, the shortstop in the middle of this madness, has already made SportsCenter's Top 10 plays today, so we might as well give him his due on the Internet. He's earned it.
One of the best parts of the video is the third base coach's fruitless efforts to get his runner to go back to second base to avoid being the final of the three outs. We can't blame him. An unassisted triple play requires a little bad luck for the opposition. But it's all laughs for the rest of us. Well done, Ross.
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