The Reading Fightins pulled off one of baseball’s most elusive plays when they went around the horn for a 5-4-3 triple-play against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, the Double-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays.

With runners on first and second, Hugo Cardona hit a sharp bouncer to McCarthy Tatum at third, who stepped on third, threw to Madison Stokes at second and the relay to Aldrem Corredor at first just beat Cardona for the third out.

The triple-play was the first for Reading since June 23, 2016 against Akron.