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An unassisted triple play!

On October 10, 1920 — In-Game 5 of the World Series Cleveland Indians’ Bill Wambsganss becomes the only player in World Series history to complete an unassisted triple play when he makes a leaping catch, steps on second base, and then tags the runner arriving from first base halting a rally. After the play, a dead calm engulfs Cleveland’s League Park as the hometown fans try to digest what they had just witnessed.

That's is a great bit of baseball history

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