1 2 3 double play

1 2 3 double play

In baseball, a double play is the act of making two outs during the same continuous play. 4-6- 3 (second baseman to shortstop to first baseman) or 6-4- 3 (shortstop to second A very similar 9-4- 2 double play occurred on October 4, in Game 1 of the NLDS between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the New York Mets.
6-4- 3? That's a run-of-the-mill double play. 2 - 1? Padres game. It's all a different language, and we're fluent in it, even if it isn't the sort of fluency.
Jean Machi gets Juan Uribe to hit a weak ground ball for a 1 - 2 - 3 double play to escape a bases. How To Turn a Double Play : Turning a 1-2-3 Double Play
Double plays are relatively common, as they can occur any time there is at least one baserunner and less than two outs. The first baseman, in scorekeeping shorthand. This is what this looked like. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ahead, there was a trap! So, Fuld was going on the pitch.