There is no DLD for the day, so I will waste your time with a question. The Cleveland Indians performed a triple steal. Now I have an issue with this being ruled a stolen base, and even more wondering 1) Why would you do the 3rd to 1st with the bases loaded down by 5 runs, and 2) Why in the hell would the runner on 1st get picked off, he wasn't going anywhere. In this instance, it seems like it should be a fielders choice. Why would you need to get in a pickle, run the picked off runner to 2nd base, there is already a runner there, so someone would be out. Stupidity abound.
With Ben Francisco batting, White Sox pitcher Ehren Wasserman faked a throw to third and threw to first, trapping Carroll off the bag.
Official scorer Chuck Murr credited all three runners with stolen bases.