New York Yankees Go Around The Horn For Triple Play

by Clayton Richer | Posted on Friday, April 18th, 2014
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New York Yankees third baseman Yangervis Solarte is quietly becoming a mainstay for the Bronx Bombers with his consistent bat to start the 2014 season. However, this time around Solarte did it with his glove starting the 5-4-3 around the horn triple-play in the second inning of the Yankees tilt with the Tampa Bay Rays.

Even more ironic than the rare feat is that C.C. Sabathia has been the benefactor of the last three triple plays turned by Yankees infielders.

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Clayton Richer is an MLB scribe from north of the border with a slight bias for the Toronto Blue Jays. Clayton has also been the shop-keeper at Baseball Hot Corner since the sites inception in 2012. Follow and interact with Clayton on Twitter @MLBHotCorner or @ClaytonRicher







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