In a baseball game the bases are loaded and there are no outs. One player put out three of the opposing players in one play without involving any of his team mates. How did he do it?
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The shortstop caught a line drive, stepped on second base before the runner tagged up, and tagged the runner from first who had started running during the pitch. This has happened eight times in MLB history, and seven more times substituting the first or second baseman for the shortstop.