Today in Tribe History: May 27, 2008

The Indians complete a triple steal during a 8 – 2 win over the ChiSox. It is the first in the majors in 21 years. With a 5 – 2 score in the 6th and the bases loaded, Ehren Wassermann tries to pick off Jamey Carroll. While Carroll is in a rundown, David Dellucci dashes for home and beats Paul Konerko‘s throw to Toby Hall. Grady Sizemore swipes third on the play while Carroll successfully makes it to second.

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