The San Francisco Giants accomplished a rare feat in Sunday’s 13-4 win over the Atlanta Braves, joining the Cleveland Indians as the only teams to record three triples in an inning this season, per ESPN Stats & Info.

Sunday’s outburst occurred during an eight-run seventh inning, with shortstop Brandon Crawford and outfielders Jarrett Parker and Conor Gillaspie each contributing three-baggers.

San Francisco finished the inning with seven hits, three walks and a hit batsman, highlighted by Parker’s two-run triple, Eduardo Nunez’s solo home run and Gorkys Hernandez’s two-run double.

The massive rally turned a 5-3 lead into a 13-3 rout, though the Braves did bounce back with a lone run later on.

The Giants finished the game with four triples, as first baseman Brandon Belt smacked his seventh of the season earlier in the contest, helping the Giants take an early 2-1 lead in the second inning.

San Francisco has the second-most triples (45) of any team this season, joined in the top three by a pair of National League West rivals—the Arizona Diamondbacks (50) and Colorado Rockies (36).

It’s probably not a coincidence that the division has seen so many triples this season, as every team besides Arizona has a spacious ballpark that can turn some doubles into three-baggers.

The Diamondbacks have the advantage of speed, ranking fourth in the majors in stolen bases (108), whereas the Giants are 14th (65) and the Rockies 18th (55).

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