On June 25, 1976 — Toby Harrah becomes the first shortstop in major league history to play in both ends of a twin bill without taking a single fielding chance. The Rangers’ infielder’s lack of activity at Arlington Stadium isn’t due to a lack of hitting, as Texas splits the double header, winning the opener 8-4 before dropping the nightcap to the White Sox, 14-9.

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