May 11, 1980: Peter Rose, who ended up as Major League Baseball's all-time hits leader, steals second base, third base, and home plate -- all in a single inning.
At the time, Rose was in his second year with the Philadephia Phillies and had joined a powerful lineup that included future Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt. The 1980 Phillies went on to win their division, the NL pennant and the 1980 World Series over the Kansas City Royals, to a large degree thanks to Rose's strength as a batter.
But Rose was also a skilled baserunner, and he put it on display in this particular game, working his way around the bases for the score in a 7-3 Phillies win.
Rose's accomplishment might not be quite as unique as one would expect: The feat has been matched 50 times in MLB history. But many of those instances occurred early in the 20th century, in the pre-modern era. Since Rose, only seven other players have managed to steal second, third and home in a single inning.
That Rose accomplished this against his former team -- the Cincinnati Reds -- only adds insult to the injury.