Friday, May 11, 2012

6-Year-Old Kid turns Unassisted Triple Play

Only 15 Major Leaguers have turned an unassisted triple play since 1909

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The six-year-old Ross Bernath from Atlanta, Georgia made an unassisted triple play during a game recently. This rare feat has been accomplished by only 15 players in Major League Baseball history.

He caught a pop-up for out number one, stepped on third for the second out and tagged a runner, who was trying to advance from second to third.

He did all in a couple of seconds, earning spots on ESPN Sports Center and local television. Even in Italy newspapers reported about Atlanta’s newest sports star.