“Bastian reached third safely, but he overslid the bag was run out.” The Times (Philadelphia), July 25, 1886, p10
“Irwin’s stick dropped the ball right near the plate, but he made his base and stole second, going out on an overslide to third.” Wilkes-Barre Sunday Morning Leader, May 5, 1889, p8
Previous earliest use (Dickson Baseball Dictionary, 3rd edition, 2009):
1ST USE. 1908 (Brooklyn Daily Eagle, May 29; Edward J. Nichols).