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This is what a 4-3-3-6-3-4-3-4-5-2 double play looks like

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The Rays and Yankees played a five-hour, 49-minute game in the Bronx on Saturday, featuring a five-run 14th inning to put Tampa Bay on top for good.

But that last inning wasn't the craziest thing to happen in NYC on Saturday night:


No, neither was David DeJesus enjoying some dugout ice cream. It was actually this 4-3-3-6-3-4-3-4-5-2 double play in the 12th:


No, really -- that's how it was scored:

The action featured a double play and two separate rundowns, one of which involved the speedy Jacoby Ellsbury.

It was a play so crazy, fans and reporters had to find creative ways to keep score: