Before Steinbrenner wanted to trade Rivera for Felix Fermin, Fermin did something rare, and I'm going to try to find out how rare. On September 4, 1993, Jim Abbott pitched a no-hitter hosting Cleveland. Fermin batted second for Cleveland, and made 5 outs, which was possible because the first batter of the game was Kenny Lofton, who walked, and Fermin grounded into a double play. Many players only get 3 plate appearances when their teams get no hit, so to get 4 plate appearances and make more than 4 outs is hard to do. Hypothetically a guy could have three plate appearances and hit into multiple double plays or a triple play.