It’s not very often that you see one triple play in a baseball game, let alone two, but that’s just what Penn State did in its game against Michigan State on Friday.
These triple plays were actually the second and third that the Nittany Lions have executed this season.
That game was the second in NCAA Division I history to feature two triple plays, with Gonzaga being the first to do it in 2006. Despite the two triple plays, Penn State still lost to the Spartans 4-2.
This has happened only once in MLB history.
Story via Fox Sports.