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PostSubject: MLB Players who have hit for the cycle   Fri Aug 29, 2008 11:32 am

Players who have hit for the cycle
Updated 9/2/08

A team-by-team look at players who have hit for the cycle in baseball history.
Natural cycles -- hitting a single, double, triple, home run in order -- are listed in bold.
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American League

Player, Date
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Angels

Chone Figgins, 09-16-2006 Full story >

Jeff DaVanon, 08-25-2004 Full story >

Dave Winfield, 06-24-1991

Dan Ford, 08-10-1979

Jim Fregosi, 05-20-1968

Jim Fregosi, 07-28-1964

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Athletics

Mark Ellis, 06-04-2007 Full story >

Eric Byrnes, 06-29-2003 Full story >

Miguel Tejada, 09-29-2001

Eric Chavez, 06-21-2000

Mike Blowers, 05-18-1998

Tony Phillips, 05-16-1986

Elmer Valo, 08-02-1950

Sam Chapman, 05-05-1939

Doc Cramer, 06-10-1934

Jimmie Foxx, 08-14-1933

Pinky Higgins, 08-06-1933

Mickey Cochrane, 08-02-1933

Mickey Cochrane, 07-22-1932

Frank Baker, 07-03-1911

Danny Murphy, 08-25-1910

Nap Lajoie, 07-30-1901

Harry Davis, 07-10-1901

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Blue Jays

Jeff Frye, 08-17-2001

Kelly Gruber, 04-16-1989

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Indians

Travis Hafner, 08-14-2003 Full story >

Andre Thornton, 04-22-1978

Tony Horton, 07-02-1970

Larry Doby, 06-04-1952

Odell Hale, 07-12-1938

Earl Averill, 08-17-1933

Bill Bradley, 09-24-1903

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Mariners

Adrian Beltre, 09-01-2008 Full story >

John Olerud, 06-16-2001

Alex Rodriguez, 06-05-1997

Jay Buhner, 06-23-1993

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Orioles

Aubrey Huff, 06-29-2007 Full story >

Cal Ripken Jr., 05-06-1984

Brooks Robinson, 07-15-1960

George McQuinn, 07-19-1941

Ski Melillo, 05-23-1929

Baby Doll Jacobson, 04-17-1924

George Sisler, 08-13-1921

George Sisler, 08-08-1920

* includes St. Louis Browns 1902-53

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Rangers

Gary Matthews Jr., 09-13-2006 Full story >

Mark Teixeira, 08-17-2004 Full story >

Oddibe McDowell, 07-23-1985

Jim King, 05-26-1964

* includes Washington Senators 1961-71

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Rays


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Red Sox

John Valentin, 06-06-1996

Scott Cooper, 04-12-1994

Mike Greenwell, 09-14-1988

Rich Gedman, 09-18-1985

Dwight Evans, 06-28-1984

Fred Lynn, 05-13-1980

Bob Watson, 09-15-1979

Carl Yastrzemski, 05-14-1965

Lou Clinton, 07-13-1962

Bobby Doerr, 05-13-1947

Ted Williams, 07-21-1946

Bob Johnson, 07-06-1944

Bobby Doerr, 05-17-1944

Leon Culberson, 07-03-1943

Joe Cronin, 08-02-1940

Moose Solters, 08-19-1934

Roy Carlyle, 07-21-1925

Tris Speaker, 06-09-1912

Patsy Dougherty, 07-29-1903

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Royals

George Brett, 07-25-1990

Frank White, 08-03-1982

Frank White, 09-26-1979

George Brett, 05-28-1979

John Mayberry, 08-05-1977

Freddie Patek 7-09-1971

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Tigers

Carlos Guillen, 08-01-2006 Full story >

Damion Easley, 06-08-2001

Travis Fryman, 07-28-1993

Hoot Evers, 09-07-1950

George Kell, 06-02-1950

Vic Wertz, 09-14-1947

Charlie Gehringer, 05-27-1939

Gee Walker, 04-20-1937

Bob Fothergill, 09-26-1926

Bobby Veach, 09-17-1920

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Twins

Carlos Gomez, 05-07-2008 Full story >

Kirby Puckett, 08-01-1986

Gary Ward, 09-18-1980

Mike Cubbage, 07-27-1978

Lyman Bostock, 07-24-1976

Larry Hisle, 06-04-1976

Cesar Tovar, 09-19-1972

Rod Carew, 05-20-1970

Mickey Vernon, 05-19-1946

Joe Cronin, 09-02-1929

Goose Goslin, 08-28-1924

Otis Clymer, 10-02-1908

* includes Washington Senators 1957-60;
Washington Nationals 1901-56

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White Sox

Jose Valentin 4-27-2000

Chris Singleton, 07-06-1999

Carlton Fisk, 05-16-1984

Jack Brohamer, 09-24-1977

Ray Schalk, 06-27-1922

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Yankees

Tony Fernandez, 09-03-1995

Bobby Murcer, 08-29-1972

Mickey Mantle, 07-23-1957

Joe DiMaggio, 05-20-1948

Joe Gordon, 09-08-1940

Buddy Rosar, 07-19-1940

Lou Gehrig, 08-01-1937

Joe DiMaggio, 07-09-1937

Lou Gehrig, 06-25-1934

Tony Lazzeri, 06-03-1932

Bob Meusel, 07-26-1928

Bob Meusel, 07-03-1922

Bob Meusel, 05-07-1921

Bert Daniels, 07-25-1912


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PostSubject: NL Players who have hit for the cycle   Fri Aug 29, 2008 11:38 am

Players who have hit for the cycle
Updated 9/2/08

A team-by-team look at players who have hit for the cycle in baseball history.
Natural cycles -- hitting a single, double, triple, home run in order -- are listed in bold.
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National League

Player, Date
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Astros

Luke Scott, 07-28-2006 Full story >

Craig Biggio, 04-08-2002 Full story >

Jeff Bagwell, 07-18-2001

Andujar Cedeno, 08-25-1992

Bob Watson, 06-24-1977

Cesar Cedeno, 08-09-1976

Cesar Cedeno, 08-02-1972

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Braves

Mark Kotsay, 08-14-2008 Full story >

Albert Hall, 09-23-1987

Bill Collins, 10-06-1910

Johnny Bates, 04-26-1907

Duff Cooley, 06-20-1904

Herman Long, 05-09-1896

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Brewers

Chad Moeller, 04-27-2004 Full story >

Paul Molitor, 05-15-1991

Robin Yount, 06-12-1988

Charlie Moore, 10-01-1980

Mike Hegan, 09-03-1976

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Cardinals

Mark Grudzielanek, 04-27-2005 Full story >

John Mabry, 05-18-1996

Ray Lankford, 09-15-1991

Willie McGee, 06-23-1984

Lou Brock, 05-27-1975

Joe Torre, 06-27-1973

Ken Boyer, 06-16-1964

Ken Boyer, 09-14-1961

Bill White, 08-14-1960

Stan Musial, 07-24-1949

Johnny Mize, 07-13-1940

Joe Medwick, 06-29-1935

Pepper Martin, 05-05-1933

Chick Hafey, 08-21-1930

Jim Bottomley, 07-15-1927

Cliff Heathcote, 06-13-1918

Tommy Dowd, 08-16-1895

Tip O'Neill, 05-07-1887

Tip O'Neill, 04-30-1887

Fred Dunlap, 05-24-1886

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Cubs

Mark Grace, 05-09-1993

Andre Dawson, 04-29-1987

Ivan DeJesus, 04-22-1980

Randy Hundley, 08-11-1966

Billy Williams, 07-17-1966

Lee Walls, 07-02-1957

Roy Smalley, 06-28-1950

Babe Herman, 09-30-1933

Hack Wilson, 06-23-1930

Jimmy Ryan, 07-01-1891

Jimmy Ryan, 07-28-1888

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Diamondbacks

Stephen Drew, 09-01-2008 Full story >

Greg Colbrunn, 09-18-2002 Full story >

Luis Gonzalez, 07-05-2000

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Dodgers

Wes Parker, 05-07-1970

Gil Hodges, 06-25-1949

Jackie Robinson, 08-29-1948

Dixie Walker, 09-02-1944

Babe Herman, 07-24-1931

Babe Herman, 05-18-1931

Jimmy Johnston, 05-25-1922

Tom Burns, 08-01-1890

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Giants

Fred Lewis, 05-13-2007 Full story >

Randy Winn, 08-15-2005 Full story >

Jeff Kent, 05-03-1999

Robby Thompson, 04-22-1991

Chris Speier, 07-09-1988

Candy Maldonado, 05-04-1987

Jeffrey Leonard, 06-27-1985

Dave Kingman, 04-16-1972

Jim Ray Hart, 07-08-1970

Don Mueller, 07-11-1954

Harry Danning, 06-15-1940

Sam Leslie, 05-24-1936

Freddie Lindstrom, 05-08-1930

Mel Ott, 05-16-1929

Bill Terry, 05-29-1928

Ross Youngs, 04-29-1922

Dave Bancroft, 06-01-1921

George Burns, 09-17-1920

Chief Meyers, 06-10-1912

Sam Mertes, 10-04-1904

Mike Tiernan, 08-28-1890
Mike Tiernan, 08-25-1888

Dave Orr, 08-10-1887
Dave Orr, 06-12-1885

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Marlins

None

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Mets

Jose Reyes, 06-21-2006 Full story >

Eric Valent, 07-29-2004

John Olerud, 09-11-1997

Alex Ochoa, 07-03-1996

Kevin McReynolds, 08-01-1989

Keith Hernandez, 07-04-1985

Mike Phillips, 06-25-1976

Tommie Agee, 07-06-1970

Jim Hickman, 08-07-1963

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Nationals

Cristian Guzman, 08-28-2008 Full story >

Brad Wilkerson, 04-06-2005 Full story >

Vladimir Guerrero, 09-14-2003 Full story >

Brad Wilkerson, 06-24-2003 Full story >

Rondell White, 06-11-1995

Tim Raines, 08-16-1987

Chris Speier, 07-20-1978

Tim Foli, 04-22-1976

* includes Montreal Expos 1969-2004

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Padres

None

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Phillies

David Bell, 06-28-2004 Full story >

Gregg Jefferies, 08-25-1995

Johnny Callison, 06-27-1963

Chuck Klein, 05-26-1933

Chuck Klein, 07-01-1931

Cy Williams, 08-05-1927

Sam Thompson, 08-17-1894

Lave Cross, 04-24-1894

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Pirates

Daryle Ward, 05-27-2004 Full story >

Jason Kendall, 05-19-2000

Gary Redus, 08-25-1989

Mike Easler, 06-12-1980

Richie Zisk, 06-09-1974

Willie Stargell, 07-22-1964

Gus Bell, 06-04-1951

Ralph Kiner, 06-25-1950

Wally Westlake, 06-14-1949

Wally Westlake, 07-30-1948

Bill Salkeld, 08-04-1945

Bob Elliott, 07-15-1945

Arky Vaughan, 07-19-1939

Arky Vaughan, 06-24-1933

Max Carey, 06-20-1925

Kiki Cuyler, 06-04-1925

Pie Traynor, 07-07-1923

Dave Robertson, 08-30-1921

Honus Wagner, 08-22-1912

Chief Wilson, 07-03-1910

Fred Clarke, 05-07-1903

Fred Clarke, 07-23-1901

Fred Carroll, 05-02-1887

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Reds

Eric Davis, 06-02-1989

Frank Robinson, 05-02-1959

Harry Craft, 06-08-1940

Heinie Groh, 07-05-1915

Mike Mitchell, 08-19-1911

Tom Parrott 09-28-1894

John Reilly, 08-06-1890

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Rockies

Mike Lansing, 06-18-2000

Todd Helton, 06-19-1999

Neifi Perez, 07-25-1998

Dante Bichette, 06-10-1998


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PostSubject: Re: MLB Players who have hit for the cycle   Sat Aug 30, 2008 3:24 pm

No fishie has ever hit for the cycle :haha:

I forgot how much I used to Heart Travis Fryman though Love 2
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PostSubject: Re: MLB Players who have hit for the cycle   Sat Aug 30, 2008 3:30 pm

WOW!


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PostSubject: Re: MLB Players who have hit for the cycle   Tue Sep 02, 2008 11:31 am

Tuesday, September 2, 2008
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Detroit News wire services

Mariners' Beltre joins Drew in hitting for cycle

Mariners third baseman Adrian Beltre joined Stephen Drew of the Diamondbacks in hitting for the cycle on Monday.

It was the first time two players hit for the cycle on the same day since Sept. 17, 1920, when Bobby Veach of the Tigers and George Burns of the New York Giants did it, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.


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PostSubject: Re: MLB Players who have hit for the cycle   Tue Sep 02, 2008 11:34 am

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Drew delivers cycle in D-backs' win
Shortstop's five hits set career high, tie franchise record
By Steve Gilbert / MLB.com

PHOENIX -- D-backs fans may remember Monday's game for the history that was made -- Stephen Drew hitting for the cycle -- or not made -- the realization that Randy Johnson will not be able to reach 300 wins this year.

But more important, the D-backs' 8-6 comeback win over the Cardinals at Chase Field might end up being remembered as the game that got Arizona headed in the right direction after a disappointing weekend.

After beating the Dodgers on Friday to go up 4 1/2 games in the National League West, the D-backs had a chance to put Los Angeles in a deep hole with aces Dan Haren and Brandon Webb going in the final two games.

Instead, the Dodgers won both games to pull to within 2 1/2 as the calendar flipped to September.

"L.A. won two out of three and it was a tough series and today we were behind, but everybody just kind of pulled together and it was a great team effort," Drew said. "Everybody contributed."

Indeed, Drew gets the highlights for his 5-for-5 day to set a career high for hits in a game while also tying the franchise record, but there were plenty of others.

Reliever Jailen Peguero came on in relief of Johnson in the fourth with the bases loaded, two outs and the Cardinals threatening to add to their 5-2 lead.

Instead, the right-hander got Troy Glaus to pop out to end the frame and then pitched a scoreless fifth as the D-backs climbed to within 5-4.

"Peguero's outs were huge," D-backs manager Bob Melvin said.

So was the two-run homer by Mark Reynolds in the sixth that tied the score at 6.

Then in the seventh, pinch-hitter Jeff Salazar once again came through with a clutch pinch-hit single to lead off the inning.

Drew followed with the ground-rule double that gave him the cycle and set the stage for infielder David Eckstein, playing in his first game since being acquired from the Blue Jays on Sunday night, to put the D-backs ahead for good with a single to right that scored Salazar.

"You come some place new and you want to go out there and do something for them," said Eckstein, who had a pair of hits and two RBIs. "You never know after last night's game are you going to come in here and be down? The club really responded and I liked what I saw. Every game is so important, especially once you start the month of September. Hopefully, this will help us get going and put us in a better position."

Finally, there was setup man Tony Pena, who had to face Cardinals slugger Albert Pujols with runners on first and second and one out in the eighth. Pena got Pujols to roll over on a pitch for the 6-4-3 inning-ending double play.

"It's not the most enviable situation to be in, but Tony's been rolling pretty good and I think he understands if he keeps his sights down and throws the ball on a corner he's got a chance to get a double-play ball, and he did," Melvin said.

As for Johnson, the left-hander remains stuck at 294 career wins and has just five starts left this season, which means he likely will have to wait until 2009 to get to 300.

Johnson, who has pitched well in the second half, allowed five runs on six hits in just 3 2/3 innings. All five of the runs came thanks to four homers, which tied for the most he has allowed in a game.

"Probably location," Melvin said of why Johnson struggled. "It looked like his stuff was pretty good. His fastball looked pretty good. You don't see teams hit his slider too much and they hit a few sliders today, which means it was probably up and not getting to his spot, which is down and in to right-handers."

The D-backs experienced a scare in the eighth when right fielder Justin Upton was struck in the head by an errant pickoff throw while diving back to first base. The ball struck Upton just below his protective batting helmet, slightly behind and below his right ear.

Upton at first tried to get up to possibly advance to second, but once he got to one knee, he fell back down to the ground in obvious pain. He was removed from the game and said afterward that he was feeling better and did not think he had suffered a concussion.

"I was a little dizzy right after I got hit, but I hung out in the trainer's room for a little bit just to get myself back together," he said. "It was definitely a scary moment."

Steve Gilbert is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.


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PostSubject: Re: MLB Players who have hit for the cycle   Tue Sep 02, 2008 11:40 am

09/02/2008 12:39 AM ET
Beltre hits for cycle against Rangers
Mariners third baseman has five hits, scores five times
By Jim Street / MLB.com

ARLINGTON -- When Adrian Beltre stepped into the batter's box in the eighth inning Monday night, the Mariners third baseman had no idea he needed a triple to become the fourth player in franchise history to hit for the cycle.

But even if he did, he probably would have laughed it off.

In his first 520 official at-bats this season, Beltre had 84 singles, 28 doubles, 24 home runs and no triples.

He couldn't have picked a better time to hit a line drive into right-center field, easily dashing to third base to complete a rare cycle -- single, double, triple and home run in the same game.


"I didn't know," he said after the Mariners finished off their 12-6 victory over the Rangers. "I hit the ball and I was running, because I didn't know if [Josh] Hamilton was going to get it. When I saw the ball was going deep, I knew I had a chance to go to third, and I just took it."

The dash to third base enabled him to join some select company in Mariners history and put himself alone in the record book for being the first Seattle player to get five hits and score five runs in one game.

Jay Buhner (June 23, 1993), Alex Rodriguez (June 5, 1997) and John Olerud (June 16, 2001) are the only other Mariners to hit for the cycle.

Beltre, who grounded out in the ninth inning, hit a home run in the second inning, singled in the fourth and sixth innings, doubled in the seventh and completed the cycle with his three-bagger in the eighth.

"I can't explain it," he said when asked what kind of feeling he had from the rare accomplishment. "It's something that I've seen people do, and it's pretty cool. I have had situations before where I had a chance, and I didn't do it. Today, it feels good. It's something special. It's good to be one of those guys to do it. I'm proud of it."

The fourth cycle in club history also was the second of the day in the Major Leagues, something that had not happened in more than 87 years.

In an afternoon game played in Phoenix, Diamondbacks shortstop Stephen Drew also hit for the cycle. It marks the first time two players did it on the same day since Sept. 17, 1920, when Bobby Veach of the Tigers and George Burns of the New York Giants did it.

"It's fun to watch something like that," Mariners outfielder Jeremy Reed said. "That was pretty impressive to watch right there. The thing that is more impressive is he didn't even know about it. I knew about because I was on the bench watching most of the game.

"I knew he needed a triple, and to see him go out there and get it, that's pretty cool. He hit it at the best part of the field to get it, and with all the things he has been through, with injuries, it's pretty awesome for him to do that. He's an inspiration to everybody else."

Manager Jim Riggleman also saluted Beltre's toughness.

"He's the toughest ballplayer I've ever seen. He plays through nagging injuries; he plays through pain; he's an animal out there," Riggleman said. "He is getting some numbers that reflect just how great of a player he really is, and I'm thrilled for him. It's a great accomplishment, something that he can put another notch on his gun belt. But his bigger body of work is a greater accomplishment than that."

Beltre's five hits tied his single-game best, accomplished two other times and most recently on July 6, 2007, against the Athletics. The five runs he scored Monday night were a career high.

"He has done so many great things, like win a Gold Glove, hit 48 homers a few years ago, have a 200-hit season, and now hit for the cycle," Riggleman said. "He has done so many things, but whether he hits or not, Adrian Beltre is such a force on this ballclub for us."

The force definitely was with him on this night.

Jim Street is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.


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PostSubject: Re: MLB Players who have hit for the cycle   Tue Sep 02, 2008 2:10 pm

2 in one day Stunned

Even though a cycle is rarer than a no-hitter, it really isn't. Nowadays cycles are much more ubiquitous.


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PostSubject: Re: MLB Players who have hit for the cycle   Mon Sep 08, 2008 10:53 am

Maggs just missed Saturday, a single short.....DOH!!
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