If you'd never seen the winning run of a baseball game scored in the 10th inning - on ball three of an attempted intentional walk - get in line.
Neither had 80-year-old Florida Marlins manager Jack McKeon, whose team lost to the Seattle Mariners while trying to walk a rookie outfielder.
Another rookie, Dustin Ackley, was perched at third base with one out in the 10th inning of a 1-1 tie, when McKeon ordered reliever Steve Cisnek to put Carlos Peguero on and set up a possible double play.
Ball one. Ball two. Yikes!
Cisnek's third pitch sailed to the backstop, a huge rainbow of a lob. Ackley beat Cisnek to the plate with a hard slide, Brandon League closed the game in the bottom of the 10th - yes, this was one of those Safeco Field 'road games' for Seattle - and the Mariners won, 2-1.
"I have never had it happen to me, in 60 years," McKeon said. "I've seen it on television, but never had it happen against me or for me."
The win went to Doug Pauley (5-1), who pitched a scoreless ninth inning, while luckless Doug Fister, who pitched the first eight innings, picked up yet another no decision. Still 3-8 with a 3.18 earned run average - lower than Felix Hernandez (3.19) - Fister has pitched four games he'd have won if the Mariners had scored two runs.
Fister's run support is the lowest in the American League (2.46)
It was a big night for Ackley, who singled, doubled and tripled, pushing his average to .300 through nine games. In those, he has a double, two triples and a home run.