WATCH: Georgia baseball turns unconventional triple play, first one in 56 years
The Georgia Bulldogs are ranked No. 4 in the country and are off to a spectacular start to the season.
The Bulldogs boast one of the best pitching staffs in the nation thus far.
On Friday evening, the Bulldogs were in a bit of a jam and turned one of the most unconventional triple plays you’ll see, the first one in 56 years for the program, according to the announcer.
With the bases loaded and nobody out, Mizzou smoked one to deep right field. Right fielder Riley King made a great play leaping into the wall for the first out. He then threw to the first baseman who doubled up the runner who was on first base. Georgia then appealed the runner who tagged up from third base, and the umpires called him out because he left early.
Here’s the replay:
— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) April 20, 2019