A Rare Unassisted Triple Play


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Colorado Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki pulled off an extremely uncommon feat on Sunday: “In the top of the seventh inning of a tied game, with runners on first and second, nobody out, and the count full, [Atlanta Braves batter] Chipper Jones hit a line drive at Tulowitzki, who snared the ball in flight, stepped on second to double up Kelly Johnson, and tagged Edgar Renteria between first and second for an unassisted triple play.” Only the thirteenth of its kind in Major League history.