Alluding to an earlier comment/post regarding the Sox hitting into two triple plays in the same game, here’s the history. My Dad and I were (un)lucky to be at the historic game:
On July 17, 1990, Gaetti and the Twins recorded two triple plays against the Red Sox at Fenway Park. In the fourth inning, with three Boston runners on board, Gaetti went 5-4-3 on a ground ball hit by former teammate Tom Brunansky. In the eighth, with runners on first and second, Jody Reed grounded to Gaetti, who again stepped on third, fired to shortstop Al Newman at second, who relayed to first for the triple play. Despite the defensive gems, the Twins lost, 1-0.