inherited runner (1926/1947)

“Collins inherited a runner on third base, the clubber of the triple, and Slater scored him with a single to Gehringer.” Harry Bullion, “Three Hurlers Used to Check Cobbmen,” Detroit Free Press, June 1, 1926, p18

“Sometimes I caught The Case [Hugh Casey] fiddling around with inherited runners on base when one would have tied the score.” Bugs Baer, “Just the Baer Facts,” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, October 25, 1947, p6 (Earliest use as a noun clause)

No earliest use given in 2009 Dickson Baseball Dictionary