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On July 29, 1968, Washington Senators shortstop Ron Hansen turns an unassisted triple play - the eighth in the game’s history and the first in 41 years. With runners on first and second, Cleveland’s Joe Azcue hits a line drive to Hansen, who makes the catch before retiring the two runners. Three days later, the Senators will trade Hansen to the Chicago White Sox for utility infielder Tim Cullen.