The only other time it happened was in 1987, when Harold Reynolds stole an American League-high 60 bases and Phil Bradley pilfered 40. Since 1994, Rays teammates Carl Crawford and B.J. Upton are the only ones to accomplish the 40-40 trick.
"Both of those guys are capable of that," interim manager Daren Brown said of his stolen-base tandem. "And [Franklin Gutierrez] has 20-something. That is three guys who can run, and I like the fact they are being aggressive about it."
The threesome went a combined 10-for-13 and stole four bases in Seattle's 9-6 loss to Boston on Tuesday.
"It was fun to watch them last night," Brown said, "but it was not fun at the end."