Regular

August 31, 1957

Gus Triandos, considered one of the slowest base runners in baseball history, hits an inside-the-park home run in the Orioles’ 4-1 victory against Boston at Memorial Stadium. The Baltimore catcher circles the bases when his vicious line drive off the outfield wall caroms 100 feet past left fielder Ted Williams, allowing him to complete his improbable round-tripper standing up.