VIDEO Unassisted triple play by Eric Bruntlett of the Philadelphia Phillies

Eric Bruntlett of the Philadelphia Phillies turns an unassisted triple play against the New York Mets

Amazing video of Eric Bruntlett turning an unassisted triple play in the ninth ending to end an already wild inter-divisional game between the New York Mets and the Philadelphia Phillies.

This was the 15th unassisted triple play in the history of major league baseball, and only the second to end a game. According to STATS LLC, Johnny Neun also accomplished the feat on May 31, 1927 as a first baseman for the Detroit Tigers, sealing a 1-0 victory over the Cleveland Indians.

Bruntlett was sort of dumbstruck after the play, not realizing immediately all that he had just done. “I didn’t know how to react. I didn’t know what to do,” he said in a post-game interview. “The ninth inning was wild. The whole game it seemed was strange.”

The game also included an inside-the-park homerun that got lodged under the wall in the outfield. Check out more details about the game and the play over at The Huffington Post.