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Auburn’s Locastro sets MLB record for consecutive stolen bases

On Saturday night, Auburn, NY native and former Ithaca College baseball All-American Tim Locastro made Major League Baseball history with the Arizona Diamondbacks as he stole his 28th consecutive base without being caught to begin a career surpassing Tim Raines’ mark.

Locastro stole second base in the sixth inning off Cincinnati Reds pitcher Carson Fulmer. Locastro would go 4-for-5 in the contest with two runs scored in the Diamondbacks 8-3 win.

His game-worn cleats are on their way to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.

Gallery: Auburn native Tim Locastro through the years (Auburn Citizen)

 

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