On This Date 10/10/1920
A line drive to Bill Wambsganss of the Cleveland Indians turns into baseball history. Down 7-0 in Game 5 of the World Series, the Brooklyn Robbins had the first two runners on base in the fifth inning when Clarence Mitchell ripped the ball up the middle. With the runners going on the play, Wambsganss catches the ball and turns an unassisted triple play. The Indians won the game 8-1 and would win the World Series 5-2.