Bill Wambsganss

Wamby was the Indians’ regular second baseman for much of 1915 through 1923. The slick-fielding infielder gained fame by making the only post-season unassisted triple play in Game Five of the 1920 World Series. In the fifth inning, Wambsganss stabbed a line drive off the bat of Brooklyn pitcher Clarence Mitchell, stepped on second to double up Pete Kilduff, and tagged Otto Miller, the runner from first, who thought the ball had gone through for a hit.