VIDEO: Boston Red Sox Turn Triple Play Against Tampa Bay Rays
The Red Sox turned their first triple play in more than 15 years on Tuesday night against the Rays at Fenway Park.
It was a 5-4-3 triple play started by Jed Lowrie and finished by Dustin Pedroia and Adrian Gonzalez to end the fourth inning. It’s also believed to be the first ground ball triple play in team history.
The last Boston triple play was an unassisted triple play executed by John Valentin on July 8, 1994 against the Mariners.
Click HERE to watch a video of the triple play.
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