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Ed K
December 1, 2005
Ken Boyer hit into a triple play in the 2nd inning of this game: a liner to pitcher Gaylord Perry who flipped to SS Hal Lanier at 2B who flipped to Williw McCovey at 1B. Tommy Davis and Ed Kranepool was the runners caught off second and first.

Jack Fisher pitched 11.2 innings in the game and then Don Shaw came in to get one out and got credit for the win!

John H.
April 8, 2013
I remember the triple play because I think there was a hit and run on and Perry threw a pitch that Boyer had to reach for outside and low, barely off the ground. Perry made a tremendous catch on it and started the triple play.

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