Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, May 29, 2015

No matter how much baseball you've watched, there's no guarantee you've seen the kind of triple play Indiana turned Friday afternoon.

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A triple play on a line drive to an infielder or outfielder is rare in itself. So, what word best describes the, let's just call it, strikeout-caught stealing-pickle triple play the Hoosiers turned in the first inning of their NCAA tourney opener vs. Radford?

I've got nothing, by the way. It was that crazy.

Here's what happened: Radford had runners on first and third with nobody out, when Kyle Hart struck out the batter (out No. 1), catcher Brad Hartong threw out the runner trying to steal second (out No. 2), and the Hoosiers caught the runner at third in a rundown (out No. 3).

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Now, that's how you get out of a jam!