On October 10, 1920, Bill Wambsganss of the Cleveland Indians pulls off the first unassisted triple play in World Series history. Wambsganss’ triple play in the fifth inning snuffs out a budding rally for the Brooklyn , who fall to the Indians, 8-1. (Courtesy of the Baseball Hall of Fame.)
Bill brought a wealth of baseball knowldge and experience to the Lassies and he led them to the pennant. Wamby was a kind and lenient manager who was liked by his players who knew that he was serious about the game.
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