Found May 11, 2012 on Outside the Boxscore:
PLAYERS: Eric Bruntlett


One of the most rare occurrences in baseball is the unassisted triple play and the feat has only been accomplished fifteen times in the Major Leagues. (The last one happening in 2009 as Phillies infielder Eric Bruntlett pulled it off)
However, a Georgia little leaguer by the name of Ross Bernath from Sandy Springs pulled off that feat during a Northside Youth Organization little league game from a week ago.
Watch as Ross makes the catch, get the force out at third base and complete the triple play as he tags out the runner going to third:

Congrats to Ross and hopefully his baseball awareness can get him to the Majors someday.
(Courtesy of Sports Grid and Atlanta Journal Constitution)
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