Todd Frazier's first at-bat as a Yankee was an incredibly bizarre one.
Frazier was acquired, along with relievers Tommy Kahnle and David Robertson, last week in a deal with the Chicago White Sox.
In return, New York sent former first-round pick Blake Rutherford, as well as Ian Clarkin, Tito Polo, and Tyler Clippard to Chicago.
Frazier had his first at-bat with the Yankees today against his former team the Cincinnati Reds, and did something that hadn't been done in the majors in over a decade: he hit into a run-scoring triple play.
According to Baseball Uncorked's Jim Passon, with some help from Baseball Reference, this is just the seventh run-scoring triple play in MLB history.
Baseball is amazing in that, even with 30 teams playing 162 regular season games a year, and countless other games being played at other levels, you still discover new things like this. I certainly had never seen one of these plays before.