Todd Frazier has played at Yankee Stadium before, but last night was his home debut in pinstripes.

In the bottom of the 2nd inning, the perfect scene was set - bases loaded, nobody out, Frank Sinatra playing as the kid from Toms River strides to the plate at Yankee Stadium.

Then this happened:

Oh dang!

The run still scored for the Yanks, but Frazier doesn't get credit for the RBI because he technically grounded into a double play. It's the 10th time a run has scored on a triple play, according to SABR's Triple Play Database, and the first in 11 years.

After the game, Frazier said

I think I set a record for first-ever batter with the Yankees to hit into a triple play. It's funny to laugh about it now, but at the time I was a little upset. Brett Gardner was laughing at me. I think somebody asked for the ball so they could have it. It was just unbelievable. You get into a hitter's count and away it goes. We got a run in, which helped, but at the same time, hopefully that doesn't ever happen again."

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