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Ed K
October 4, 2005
Mets hit into their first triple play at Shea Stadium in this game (They had only previously hit into a triple play in Chicago in 1962.)

Bobby Klaus hit a line drive back to the pitcher John Boozer in the 2nd inning. He threw to SS Ruben Amaro who caught Roy McMillan off 2B, and Amaro threw to Frank Thomas who caught Jack Fisher off 1B.

(Of course, it was the second triple play ever to take place at Shea because the Mets MADE a triple play earlier in 1964 in the 23 inning game.)

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