1915: A Run With No At Bats

August 22, 1915

According to Charlton’s Baseball Chronology, this is the only time it has ever happened. It came in the second inning of game one of a double header.

First, Chick Gandil and Merit Acosta drew consecutive walks. Buff Williams sacrificed the runners to second and third with a bunt. George McBride then plated Gandil with a sacrifice fly, but the Tigers caught Acosta off second base with the throw from the outfield. One run, three outs, no at bats.


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