On June 2, 1958, Brooks Robinson lines into a triple play against the Washington Senators.

In the bottom of the sixth inning with Orioles on first and second base of an eventual 2-1 loss, Brooks Robinson lines into a triple play when Senator shortstop Rocky Bridges snares the wicked drive, steps on second, and then relays the ball to first baseman Julio Becquer to complete the play.

The slow-footed Baltimore Orioles’ third baseman will hit into three more triple-killings during his career, establishing a new major league record.