As he crouches, he picks up a pebble and throws it out of his way, and two base runners start a double steal.
McGraw knew the double steal was to be expected, as two were out.
Chance changes his seat on the bench, and there is a double steal.
Then the men on bases tried to make a double steal, which was partially successful.
McGraw would attempt the double steal, and both throws would be accurate, and the runner caught at the plate.
It was a time for desperate measures, and McRae gave the signal for a double steal.
Another play on which the changes have often been rung is the double steal with men on first and third bases.