Juan Soto youngest with 3 steals in 1 game – MLB.com

ATLANTA — Juan Soto displayed a different element of his extremely talented game on Saturday afternoon against the Braves. Soto swiped three bases — all with Atlanta right-hander Julio Teheran on the mound — making him the youngest player in MLB history with three stolen bases in a single game.

Rickey Henderson had been the previous record holder at 20 years and 241 days before Soto became the first teenager to accomplish the feat at 19 years and 325 days.

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ATLANTA — Juan Soto displayed a different element of his extremely talented game on Saturday afternoon against the Braves. Soto swiped three bases — all with Atlanta right-hander Julio Teheran on the mound — making him the youngest player in MLB history with three stolen bases in a single game.

Rickey Henderson had been the previous record holder at 20 years and 241 days before Soto became the first teenager to accomplish the feat at 19 years and 325 days.

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Perhaps Soto found something to take advantage of against Teheran and the Braves on the basepaths, considering he surpassed his stolen-base total for the year in just one day. Entering Saturday, Soto had only two steals on the year. He never swiped more than five in the Minors.

Tweet from @Nationals: Juan Soto is the first teenager in history with 3 steals in an @MLB game. pic.twitter.com/7zAwVZNSUD

Soto netted his first steal in the first inning. After delivering a two-out single, he swiped second with Mark Reynolds at the plate. He was stranded there when Reynolds popped out to end the frame.

In the top of the fourth, Soto led off with a walk. After Reynolds struck out, Soto got to work on the basepaths, stealing second base with Wilmer

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