A batter has stolen first base for the first team in baseball history. 

On Saturday, an Atlantic League batter stole first base, marking the first time the feat has ever been accomplished.

During the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs’ game against the Lancaster Barnstormers, Tony Thomas became the first player to ever steal first.

Via Washington Post: 

Any pitch on any count not caught in flight will be considered a live ball, and a batter may run to first base, similar to a dropped third strike.

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