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July 29, 1968 > Washington Senators shortstop Ron Hansen turns an unassisted triple play -- the eighth in the game's history and the first in 41 years. With runners on first and second, Cleveland's Joe Azcue hits a shot right to Hansen. The shortstop snags the liner, steps on second to double off Dave Nelson, and tags Russ Snyder as he is sliding into the bag.