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The Tigers' first baseman fools White Sox shortstop Ozzie Guillen (above) with the hidden ball for the second time in two months, feigning a throw-back to the pitcher after a pickoff attempt—the same move that Brewers first baseman Greg Brock used to tag Guillen out on June 23.
May 13, 1991
The Red Sox' second baseman pulls the trick on a familiar mark ... Ozzie Guillen, who ties a major league record for gullibility by getting caught for the third time.
Sept. 19, 1997
For the second time in three seasons, the Indians' third baseman fools a rookie—in this case, Royals second baseman Jed Hansen—by asking him to step off the base so that he can brush dirt off the bag.
Aug. 10, 2005
The Marlins' third baseman never returns a relay throw to the pitcher and holds the ball until Diamondbacks centerfielder Luis Terrero takes a lead.