Red Sox Turn Triple Play
For the first time since losing the clinching game 6 of the 2013 World Series, the St. Louis Cardinals have made their way to Fenway Park, and certainly added to their frustration. They were on the losing end of one of the rarest plays in the game. So rare, the Red Sox hadn't turned one in five years; a triple play.
The classic 5-4-3 happened in the 5th inning. Rafeal Devers fielded it to second baseman Eduardo Nunez, and they completed the feat by quickly shifting it to first baseman Mitch Moreland.
The reason the crowd roared so loud, and it's the talk of MLB today, is because they made it look so easy!
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