May 14, 2008

What a Trip

On Monday night Cleveland Indians second baseman Asdrubal Cabrera turned an unassisted triple play, only the 14th in the hundred-plus-year history of Major League Baseball.

On Tuesday night Edmond tee-baller Jack Henry Dutcher, playing outfield for the Royals, also turned an unassisted triple play. A solid rip from an opposing bat came whistling out to left-centerfield, whereupon Jack Henry caught it cleanly, ran to the infield to tag a runner advancing to second, then stepped on second to retire the runner who had gone to third. Game over.

Way to go, little man.

Thanks Coach

Thank you our coach Harry Carter!!! Still more work but appreciate the time he has put into these boys. pic.twitter.com/nRdzmVdkxJ — Team...