In the thread asking who has seen a no-hitter, a recent post branched out to triple plays and someone hinted strongly that topic belonged in a new thread, so here we are. Texas at Baltimore (Memorial Field) on June 10, 1979, Buddy Bell lined into a 5-4-3 triple play to end the top of the 6th. The first batter in the bottom of the 6th, Benny Ayala, hit his second HR of the game (and his second in the AL). My wife took off on a food run in the top of the 6th and when she got back after the HR, asked what happened while she was gone. "Oh, just...." And then there was the game on Tuesday, July 17, 1990, when the Twins turned two 5-4-3 triple plays at Fenway, 0-0 in the bottom of the 4th with the bases loaded--Tom Brunansky grounded to Gary Gaetti; then in the bottom of the 8th, 1-0 with runners on first and second, Jody Reed did the same. Final was a 1-0 Sox win. (And to complete things, the next day in a 5-4 win, Boston tied the MLB record by turning six DPs--The Twins turned three.) TV only for me on those two. I've seen a few other triple plays on television but I can't recall the details.