[Editor’s note: Yes, we posted about this yesterday. But it’s one of the most unique individual feats in all of baseball – it’s only been completed 15 times in a Major League game. So we’ll post about it again!]
I have no idea where this comes from, but the six-year-old shortstop for the Braves, whose name apparently is Ross, makes an unassisted triple play, one of the rarest plays in baseball.
So nice going, Ross. And a quick word to the Dodgers coaching staff: You need to do a better job teaching your players not to run on fly balls.
Hat tip: Reddit.