Jun 17, 2014, 8:55 AM EDT
At least faster than anyone has during the Tater Trot Tracker Era. And it wasn’t even on a home run.
For those unfamiliar, Larry Granillo keeps track of the time it takes for players to circle the bases following home runs and houses all of that data over at the Tater Trot Tracker. He’s been doing it since 2010, but no one — save Billy Hamilton once in a Double-A game — has circumnavigated the basepaths as quickly as Dee Gordon did last night on the triple + error n the bottom of the third. He did it in 13.89 seconds according to Granillo.
Watch the triple here, in the second highlight:
Granted, one runs harder on an inside-the-parker or a triple + error than one does on a ball that goes over the fence, but this is still pretty damn impressive.
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