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On September 20, 1992, Mickey Morandini of the Philadelphia Phillies executes a defensive rarity-the unassisted triple play. Morandini becomes the first National League player to complete an unassisted triple killing in 65 years. In spite of Morandini’s play, the Phillies lose to the Pittsburgh Pirates, 3-2, in 13 innings.