Yankees Turn a Triple Play on the Orioles After Adam Jones Made a Costly Error While Blowing a Bubble [Video]

Adam Jones made a costly error – while blowing a bubble – in the bottom of the seventh inning against the Yankees that allowed three runs to score and the Yankees to take the lead. The Yankees then turned a 4-6-5-6-5-3-4 triple play on the Orioles in the top of the 8th. The last time the Yankees turned a triple play was April 22, 2010 and CC Sabathia was also on the mound then. It’s the second trifecta for the Yankees since 1969. To put that into perspective, the Yankees have also had two perfect games thrown (David Wells ’98 and David Cone ’99) during that span. The Yankees won 5-2.



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