It was vintage Randy Wolf.
The left-hander tossed a 68-mph curveball on a 1-2 count past the bat of a guessing Chris Iannetta for strike three and the third inning was seemingly over.
Catcher Russell Martin just rolled the ball toward the mound and the batterymates trotted back toward the Dodgers' dugout.
But there was just one problem -- it was just the second out of the inning.
"For some reason, we just both thought there was three outs," Wolf said with a laugh after the game in which the Dodgers won, 4-2, over the Rockies in 13 innings. "I have no idea why. I think I like Jedi-mind-tricked him into thinking there was three outs."
(Emphasis mine.) The Force can have a strong influence on the weak-minded, but I'd like to think Martin was just eager to go into Toshi Station to pick up some power converters.