The Arizona Diamondbacks are on to a National League Division Series showdown with the Los Angeles Dodgers thanks to some history-making feats in their Wild Card win over the Rockies on Wednesday night at Chase Field.
Here's a list of some of the incredible numbers the D-backs racked up:
-Shortstop Ketel Marte became the first player in MLB history to hit a left-handed triple AND a right-handed triple in a single playoff game.
-Marte also became the first MLB player since 1993 to record two triples in the same playoff game.
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-Archie Bradley became the first relief pitcher in postseason history to hit a triple, and the first pitcher overall.
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-The D-backs hit four triples as a team -- the first time that has happened in a playoff game since the Boston Americans did it in 1903.
-Third baseman Jake Lamb tied a team record with four hits in a playoff game.