List of Major League Baseball players to hit for the cycle

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Adrián Beltré in 2011
John Reilly, Bob Meusel, Babe Herman, and Adrián Beltré (left to right) are the only four players to hit for the cycle three times in their Major League Baseball careers.

In baseball, completing the cycle is the accomplishment of hitting a single, a double, a triple, and a home run in the same game.[1] Collecting the hits in that order is known as a "natural cycle", which has occurred 14 times in Major League Baseball (MLB).[2] The cycle itself is rare in MLB, occurring a total of 322 times, starting with Curry Foley in 1882.[3][4] In terms of frequency, the cycle is roughly as common as a no-hitter;[5][6] Baseball Digest calls it "one of the rarest feats in baseball".[7] Only one current team in Major League Baseball has never had a player hit for the cycle: the Miami Marlins.[8]

The most cycles hit by a single player in Major League Baseball is three, accomplished by four players; John Reilly was the first to hit a third when he completed the cycle on August 6, 1890, after hitting his first two in a week (September 12 and 19, 1883) for the Cincinnati Reds. Bob Meusel became the second man to complete three cycles, playing for the New York Yankees; his first occurred on May 7, 1921, the next on July 3, 1922, and his final cycle on July 26, 1928. Babe Herman accomplished the feat for two different teams—the Brooklyn Robins (May 18 and July 24, 1931) and the Chicago Cubs (September 30, 1933). Adrián Beltré is the most recent addition to this list, cycling first for the Seattle Mariners (September 1, 2008) before cycling twice as a member of the Texas Rangers (August 24, 2012 and August 3, 2015). Beltré is the only player to have completed all three cycles in the same ballpark, with the first occurring as an opponent of the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Park in Arlington.

The most cycles hit in a single major league season is eight, which has occurred twice: first in the 1933 season, and then again in the 2009 season; all eight cycles in each of those seasons were hit by different players. Cycles have occurred on the same day twice in Major League Baseball history: on September 17, 1920, hit by Bobby Veach of the Detroit Tigers and George Burns of the New York Giants; and again on September 1, 2008, when the Arizona Diamondbacks' Stephen Drew and the Seattle Mariners' Adrián Beltré each completed the four-hit group.[9] Conversely, the longest period of time between two players hitting for the cycle was five years, one month, and ten days, a drought lasting from Bill Joyce's cycle in 1896 to Harry Davis' in 1901.[3] Three players – John Olerud, Bob Watson and Michael Cuddyer – have hit for the cycle in both the National and American Leagues. Family pairs to hit for the cycle include father and son Gary and Daryle Ward, who accomplished the feat in 1980 and 2004, respectively;[10][11] and grandfather and grandson Gus and David Bell, the elder of whom hit for the cycle in 1951, and the younger in 2004.[12][13] Dave Winfield and Mel Ott are the oldest and youngest players to hit for the cycle at ages 39 and 20, respectively. Of multiple-cycle hitters, John Reilly holds the record for the shortest amount of time between cycles (seven days), while Aaron Hill holds the record since the formation of the American League, with his two 2012 feats coming within an 11-day span. Christian Yelich is the only player to hit for the cycle twice in one season against the same team, doing so 20 days apart against the Cincinnati Reds in 2018.

Cycles by player[edit]

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Curry Foley was the first player in Major League Baseball history to hit for the cycle.
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Jim O'Rourke is the earliest cycle hitter to be elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
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George Wood's cycle on June 12, 1885, was the third in National League history.
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On May 7, 1887, Tip O'Neill became the second player to hit multiple cycles.
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Hall of Famer Roger Connor hit his only cycle in the Players' League.
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Lave Cross hit for the cycle against the Brooklyn Bridegrooms (now the Los Angeles Dodgers).
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In 1894, the triple of Sam Thompson's cycle was 1 of his 28 that year, setting the Philadelphia Phillies' single-season franchise record.[14]
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Herman Long hit the first cycle in Atlanta Braves franchise history (when the team played as the "Boston Beaneaters").
Harry Davis hit the first cycle in American League history, in 1901 for the Philadelphia Athletics.
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Hall of Famer Nap Lajoie hit his cycle on July 30, 1901.
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Fred Clarke's two cycles for the Pirates came during the era when the team's city was spelled as "Pittsburg".[15]
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Frank "Home Run" Baker's cycle came against the New York Highlanders in 1911, the only cycle that season.
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Baker's cycle was followed the next season by Tris Speaker's, playing for the Boston Red Sox.
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Honus Wagner's cycle was the last of the 1912 season.
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Goose Goslin hit for the cycle on August 28, 1924 for the Washington Senators.
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Cy Williams' cycle came against the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1927.
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In 1929, Mel Ott hit one of that season's three cycles.
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Joe Cronin's cycles came 11 seasons apart: in 1929 and in 1940.
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Hall of Famer Hack Wilson hit for the cycle on June 23, 1930.
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Chuck Klein hit the first of two cycles to occur in July 1931, also the first of his career; his second came two seasons later.
The last cycle of the 1930s was hit by Arky Vaughn.
Fred "Dixie" Walker was the first Brooklyn Dodger to hit for the cycle, in 1944.
Ted Williams hit for the cycle on July 21, 1946, after spending the three previous seasons serving in the military during World War II.
Joe DiMaggio hit his second cycle in 1948, eleven seasons after his first cycle.
The first cycle of the 1950s was hit by George Kell as a member of the Detroit Tigers.
Mickey Mantle hit for the cycle in 1957.
Ken Boyer hit for the cycle in 1961 and 1964, as a member of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Carl Yastrzemski hit for the cycle against the Detroit Tigers in 1965.
The last natural cycle of the 1960s was hit by Billy Williams in 1966.
Rod Carew was one of five players to hit for the cycle in 1970.
Joe Torre hit for the cycle in 1973, as a member of the St. Louis Cardinals.
The first cycle of the 1980s was hit by Iván DeJesús.
Willie McGee hit for the cycle in 1984.
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Eric Davis hit for the cycle in 1989.
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Paul Molitor hit for the cycle for the Milwaukee Brewers in 1991, before their transition to the National League.
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John Olerud is one of three players to hit for the cycle in both the National and American Leagues.
The last cycle by a Montreal Expos player was hit by Vladimir Guerrero in 2003.
Aubrey Huff hit the third and final cycle of the 2007 season.
Bengie Molina was one of three players to hit for the cycle in July 2010.
The only cycle of 2014 was hit by Michael Cuddyer; it was the second cycle of his career.
Rangers outfielder Shin-Soo Choo hit for the cycle on July 21, 2015; his teammate Adrián Beltré hit for his third career cycle 13 days later.
Carlos Gómez is the most recent player to hit for the cycle more than once.
Mookie Betts of the Boston Red Sox hit the first cycle of the 2018 season.
Christian Yelich of the Milwaukee Brewers is the most recent player to hit for the cycle.
Key to symbols in player table
N
Player recorded a natural cycle (1B, 2B, 3B, HR in that order)
R
Player recorded a reverse natural cycle (HR, 3B, 2B, 1B in that order)
(x)
Number of cycles recorded to that point (if the player recorded more than one)
(d)
Cycle is disputed by baseball historians
HOF
Player inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame
Player is still active
Major League Baseball players who have hit for the cycle
No. Player Date Team League Opponent Ref
George Hall (d) June 14, 1876 Philadelphia Athletics National League Cincinnati Red Stockings [4][16]
1 Curry FoleyR May 25, 1882 Buffalo Bisons National League Cleveland Blues [17]
2 Lon Knight July 30, 1883 Philadelphia Athletics American Association Pittsburgh Alleghenys [17]
3 John Reilly (1) September 12, 1883 Cincinnati Reds American Association Pittsburgh Alleghenys [17]
4 John Reilly (2) September 19, 1883 Cincinnati Reds American Association Philadelphia Athletics [17]
5 Jim O'RourkeHOF June 16, 1884 Buffalo Bisons National League Chicago White Stockings [17]
6 Dave Orr (1) June 12, 1885 New York Metropolitans American Association St. Louis Brown Stockings [17]
7 George Wood June 13, 1885 Detroit Wolverines National League Chicago White Stockings [17]
8 Henry Larkin June 16, 1885 Philadelphia Athletics American Association Pittsburgh Alleghenys [17]
9 Mox McQuery September 28, 1885 Detroit Wolverines National League Providence Grays [17]
10 Fred Dunlap May 24, 1886 St. Louis Maroons National League New York Gothams [17]
11 Pete Browning (1) August 8, 1886 Louisville Colonels American Association New York Metropolitans [17]
12 Jack Rowe August 21, 1886 Detroit Wolverines National League Chicago White Stockings [17]
13 Chippy McGarr September 23, 1886 Philadelphia Athletics American Association St. Louis Brown Stockings [17]
14 Tip O'Neill (1) April 30, 1887 St. Louis Brown Stockings American Association Cleveland Blues [17]
15 Fred Carroll May 2, 1887 Pittsburgh Alleghenys National League Detroit Wolverines [17]
16 Tip O'Neill (2) May 7, 1887 St. Louis Brown Stockings American Association Louisville Colonels [17]
17 Dave Orr (2) August 10, 1887 New York Metropolitans American Association Baltimore Orioles [17]
18 Bid McPheeHOFR August 26, 1887 Cincinnati Red Stockings American Association Baltimore Orioles [17]
19 Harry Stovey May 15, 1888 Philadelphia Athletics American Association Baltimore Orioles [17]
20 Sam Barkley June 13, 1888 Kansas City Cowboys American Association Cincinnati Red Stockings [17]
21 Jimmy Ryan (1) July 28, 1888 Chicago White Stockings National League Detroit Wolverines [17]
22 Mike Tiernan (1) August 25, 1888 New York Giants National League Philadelphia Quakers [17]
23 Pete Browning (2) June 7, 1889 Louisville Colonels American Association Philadelphia Athletics [17]
24 Jack Glasscock August 8, 1889 Indianapolis Hoosiers National League New York Metropolitans [17]
25 Larry Twitchell August 15, 1889 Cleveland Spiders National League Boston Beaneaters [17]
26 Mike Tiernan (2) June 28, 1890 New York Giants National League Cincinnati Reds [17]
27 Bill Van Dyke July 5, 1890 Toledo Maumees American Association Syracuse Stars [17]
28 Jumbo Davis July 18, 1890 Brooklyn Gladiators American Association Louisville Colonels [17]
29 Roger ConnorHOF July 21, 1890 New York Giants Players' League Buffalo Bisons [17]
30 Oyster Burns August 1, 1890 Brooklyn Bridegrooms National League Pittsburgh Alleghenys [17]
31 John Reilly (3) August 6, 1890 Cincinnati Reds National League Pittsburgh Alleghenys [17]
32 Farmer Weaver August 12, 1890 Louisville Colonels American Association Syracuse Stars [17]
33 Jimmy Ryan (2) July 1, 1891 Chicago Colts National League Cleveland Spiders [17]
34 Abner Dalrymple September 12, 1891 Milwaukee Brewers American Association Washington Senators [17]
35 Lave Cross April 24, 1894 Philadelphia Phillies National League Brooklyn Bridegrooms [17]
36 Bill Hassamaer June 13, 1894 Washington Senators National League St. Louis Brown Stockings [17]
37 Sam ThompsonHOF August 17, 1894 Philadelphia Phillies National League Louisville Colonels [17]
38 Tom Parrott September 28, 1894 Cincinnati Reds National League New York Giants [17]
39 Tommy Dowd August 16, 1895 St. Louis Brown Stockings National League Louisville Colonels [17]
40 Ed Cartwright September 30, 1895 Washington Senators National League Boston Beaneaters [17]
41 Herman Long May 9, 1896 Boston Beaneaters National League Louisville Colonels [17]
42 Bill Joyce May 30, 1896 Washington Senators National League Pittsburgh Pirates [17]
43 Harry Davis July 10, 1901 Philadelphia Athletics American League Boston Americans [17]
44 Fred ClarkeHOF (1) July 23, 1901 Pittsburgh Pirates National League Cincinnati Reds [17]
45 Nap LajoieHOF July 30, 1901 Philadelphia Athletics American League Cleveland Blues [17]
46 Fred ClarkeHOF (2) May 7, 1903 Pittsburgh Pirates National League Cincinnati Reds [17]
47 Buck Freeman June 21, 1903 Boston Red Sox American League Cleveland Naps [17]
48 Patsy Dougherty July 29, 1903 Boston Red Sox American League New York Highlanders [17]
49 Bill Bradley September 24, 1903 Cleveland Indians American League Washington Senators [17]
50 Duff Cooley June 20, 1904 Boston Beaneaters National League Philadelphia Phillies [17]
51 Sam MertesR October 4, 1904 New York Giants National League St. Louis Cardinals [17]
52 Johnny Bates April 26, 1907 Boston Doves National League Brooklyn Superbas [17]
53 Otis Clymer October 2, 1908 Washington Senators American League New York Highlanders [17]
54 Chief Wilson July 3, 1910 Pittsburgh Pirates National League Cincinnati Reds [17]
55 Danny Murphy August 25, 1910 Philadelphia Athletics American League St. Louis Browns [17]
56 Bill CollinsN October 6, 1910 Boston Doves National League Philadelphia Phillies [17]
57 Frank BakerHOF July 3, 1911 Philadelphia Athletics American League New York Highlanders [17]
58 Tris SpeakerHOF June 9, 1912 Boston Red Sox American League St. Louis Browns [17]
59 Chief Meyers June 10, 1912 New York Giants National League Chicago Cubs [17]
60 Bert Daniels July 25, 1912 New York Highlanders American League Chicago White Sox [17]
61 Honus WagnerHOF August 22, 1912 Pittsburgh Pirates National League New York Giants [17]
62 Ed Lennox May 6, 1914 Pittsburgh Rebels Federal League Kansas City Packers [17]
63 Heinie Groh July 5, 1915 Cincinnati Reds National League Chicago Cubs [17]
64 Cliff Heathcote June 13, 1918 St. Louis Cardinals National League Philadelphia Phillies [18]
65 George SislerHOF (1) August 8, 1920 St. Louis Browns American League Washington Senators [19]
66 George Burns September 17, 1920 New York Giants National League Pittsburgh Pirates [20]
67 Bobby Veach September 17, 1920 Detroit Tigers American League Boston Red Sox [21]
68 Bob Meusel (1) May 7, 1921 New York Yankees American League Washington Senators [22]
69 Dave BancroftHOF June 1, 1921 New York Giants National League Philadelphia Phillies [23]
70 George SislerHOF (2) August 13, 1921 St. Louis Browns American League Detroit Tigers [24]
71 Dave Robertson August 30, 1921 Pittsburgh Pirates National League Brooklyn Robins [25]
72 Ross YoungsHOF April 29, 1922 New York Giants National League Boston Braves [26]
73 Jimmy Johnston May 25, 1922 Brooklyn Robins National League Philadelphia Phillies [27]
74 Ray SchalkHOF June 27, 1922 Chicago White Sox American League Detroit Tigers [28]
75 Bob Meusel (2) July 3, 1922 New York Yankees American League Philadelphia Athletics [29]
76 Pie TraynorHOF July 7, 1923 Pittsburgh Pirates National League Philadelphia Phillies [30]
77 Baby Doll Jacobson April 17, 1924 St. Louis Browns American League Chicago White Sox [31]
78 Goose GoslinHOF August 28, 1924 Washington Senators American League New York Yankees [32]
79 Kiki CuylerHOF June 4, 1925 Pittsburgh Pirates National League Philadelphia Phillies [33]
80 Max CareyHOF June 20, 1925 Pittsburgh Pirates National League Brooklyn Robins [34]
81 Roy Carlyle July 21, 1925 Boston Red Sox American League Chicago White Sox [35]
82 Bob FothergillN September 26, 1926 Detroit Tigers American League Boston Red Sox [36]
83 Jim BottomleyHOF July 15, 1927 St. Louis Cardinals National League Philadelphia Phillies [37]
84 Cy Williams August 5, 1927 Philadelphia Phillies National League Pittsburgh Pirates [38]
85 Bill TerryHOF May 29, 1928 New York Giants National League Brooklyn Robins [39]
86 Bob Meusel (3) July 26, 1928 New York Yankees American League Detroit Tigers [40]
87 Mel OttHOF May 16, 1929 New York Giants National League Boston Braves [41]
88 Ski Melillo May 23, 1929 St. Louis Browns American League Cleveland Indians [42]
89 Joe CroninHOF (1) September 2, 1929 Washington Senators American League Boston Red Sox [43]
90 Freddie LindstromHOF May 8, 1930 New York Giants National League Pittsburgh Pirates [44]
91 Hack WilsonHOF June 23, 1930 Chicago Cubs National League Philadelphia Phillies [45]
92 Chick HafeyHOF August 21, 1930 St. Louis Cardinals National League Philadelphia Phillies [46]
93 Babe Herman (1) May 18, 1931 Brooklyn Robins National League Cincinnati Reds [47]
94 Chuck KleinHOF (1) July 1, 1931 Philadelphia Phillies National League Chicago Cubs [48]
95 Babe Herman (2) July 24, 1931 Brooklyn Robins National League Pittsburgh Pirates [49]
96 Tony LazzeriHOFN June 3, 1932 New York Yankees American League Philadelphia Athletics [50]
97 Mickey CochraneHOF (1) July 22, 1932 Philadelphia Athletics American League Washington Senators [51]
98 Pepper Martin May 5, 1933 St. Louis Cardinals National League Philadelphia Phillies [52]
99 Chuck KleinHOF (2) May 26, 1933 Philadelphia Phillies National League St. Louis Cardinals [53]
100 Arky VaughanHOFR (1) June 24, 1933 Pittsburgh Pirates National League Brooklyn Dodgers [54]
101 Mickey CochraneHOF (2) August 2, 1933 Philadelphia Athletics American League New York Yankees [55]
102 Pinky Higgins August 6, 1933 Philadelphia Athletics American League Washington Senators [56]
103 Jimmie FoxxHOF August 14, 1933 Philadelphia Athletics American League Cleveland Indians [57]
104 Earl AverillHOF August 17, 1933 Cleveland Indians American League Philadelphia Athletics [58]
105 Babe Herman (3) September 30, 1933 Chicago Cubs National League St. Louis Cardinals [59]
106 Doc Cramer June 10, 1934 Philadelphia Athletics American League New York Yankees [60]
107 Lou GehrigHOF (1) June 25, 1934 New York Yankees American League Chicago White Sox [61]
108 Moose Solters August 19, 1934 Boston Red Sox American League Detroit Tigers [62]
109 Joe MedwickHOF June 29, 1935 St. Louis Cardinals National League Cincinnati Reds [63]
110 Sam Leslie May 24, 1936 New York Giants National League Philadelphia Phillies [64]
111 Gee WalkerR April 20, 1937 Detroit Tigers American League Cleveland Indians [65]
112 Joe DiMaggioHOF (1) July 9, 1937 New York Yankees American League Washington Senators [66]
113 Lou GehrigHOF (2) August 1, 1937 New York Yankees American League St. Louis Browns [67]
114 Odell Hale July 12, 1938 Cleveland Indians American League Washington Senators [68]
115 Sam Chapman May 5, 1939 Philadelphia Athletics American League St. Louis Browns [69]
116 Charlie GehringerHOFN May 27, 1939 Detroit Tigers American League St. Louis Browns [70]
117 Arky VaughanHOF (2) July 19, 1939 Pittsburgh Pirates National League New York Giants [71]
118 Harry Craft June 8, 1940 Cincinnati Reds National League Brooklyn Dodgers [72]
119 Harry Danning June 15, 1940 New York Giants National League Pittsburgh Pirates [73]
120 Johnny MizeHOF July 13, 1940 St. Louis Cardinals National League New York Giants [74]
121 Buddy Rosar July 19, 1940 New York Yankees American League Cleveland Indians [75]
122 Joe CroninHOF (2) August 2, 1940 Boston Red Sox American League Detroit Tigers [76]
123 Joe GordonHOF September 8, 1940 New York Yankees American League Boston Red Sox [77]
124 George McQuinn July 19, 1941 St. Louis Browns American League Boston Red Sox [78]
125 Leon CulbersonN July 3, 1943 Boston Red Sox American League Cleveland Indians [79]
126 Bobby DoerrHOF (1) May 17, 1944 Boston Red Sox American League St. Louis Browns [80]
127 Bob Johnson July 6, 1944 Boston Red Sox American League Detroit Tigers [81]
128 Dixie Walker September 2, 1944 Brooklyn Dodgers National League New York Giants [82]
129 Bob Elliott July 15, 1945 Pittsburgh Pirates National League Brooklyn Dodgers [83]
130 Bill Salkeld August 4, 1945 Pittsburgh Pirates National League St. Louis Cardinals [84]
131 Mickey Vernon May 19, 1946 Washington Senators American League Chicago White Sox [85]
132 Ted WilliamsHOF July 21, 1946 Boston Red Sox American League St. Louis Browns [86]
133 Bobby DoerrHOF (2) May 13, 1947 Boston Red Sox American League Chicago White Sox [87]
134 Vic Wertz September 14, 1947 Detroit Tigers American League Washington Senators [88]
135 Joe DiMaggio (2) May 20, 1948 New York Yankees American League Chicago White Sox [89]
136 Wally Westlake (1) July 30, 1948 Pittsburgh Pirates National League Brooklyn Dodgers [90]
137 Jackie RobinsonR August 29, 1948 Brooklyn Dodgers National League St. Louis Cardinals [91]
138 Wally Westlake (2) June 14, 1949 Pittsburgh Pirates National League Boston Braves [92]
139 Gil Hodges June 25, 1949 Brooklyn Dodgers National League Pittsburgh Pirates [93]
140 Stan MusialHOF July 24, 1949 St. Louis Cardinals National League Brooklyn Dodgers [94]
141 George KellHOF June 2, 1950 Detroit Tigers American League Philadelphia Athletics [95]
142 Ralph KinerHOF June 25, 1950 Pittsburgh Pirates National League Brooklyn Dodgers [96]
143 Roy Smalley June 28, 1950 Chicago Cubs National League St. Louis Cardinals [97]
144 Elmer Valo August 2, 1950 Philadelphia Athletics American League Chicago White Sox [98]
145 Hoot Evers September 7, 1950 Detroit Tigers American League Cleveland Indians [99]
146 Gus Bell June 4, 1951 Pittsburgh Pirates National League Philadelphia Phillies [100]
147 Larry DobyHOF June 4, 1952 Cleveland Indians American League Boston Red Sox [101]
148 Don Mueller July 11, 1954 New York Giants National League Pittsburgh Pirates [102]
149 Lee Walls July 2, 1957 Chicago Cubs National League Cincinnati Redlegs [103]
150 Mickey MantleHOF July 23, 1957 New York Yankees American League Chicago White Sox [104]
151 Frank RobinsonHOF May 2, 1959 Cincinnati Reds National League Los Angeles Dodgers [105]
152 Brooks RobinsonHOF July 15, 1960 Baltimore Orioles American League Chicago White Sox [106]
153 Bill White August 14, 1960 St. Louis Cardinals National League Pittsburgh Pirates [107]
154 Ken Boyer (1) September 14, 1961 St. Louis Cardinals National League Chicago Cubs [108]
155 Lou Clinton July 13, 1962 Boston Red Sox American League Kansas City Athletics [109]
156 Johnny Callison June 27, 1963 Philadelphia Phillies National League Pittsburgh Pirates [110]
157 Jim HickmanN August 7, 1963 New York Mets National League St. Louis Cardinals [111]
158 Jim King May 26, 1964 Washington Senators American League Boston Red Sox [112]
159 Ken BoyerN (2) June 16, 1964 St. Louis Cardinals National League Houston Colt .45s [113]
160 Willie StargellHOF July 22, 1964 Pittsburgh Pirates National League St. Louis Cardinals [114]
161 Jim Fregosi (1) July 28, 1964 Los Angeles Angels American League New York Yankees [115]
162 Carl YastrzemskiHOF May 14, 1965 Boston Red Sox American League Detroit Tigers [116]
163 Billy WilliamsHOFN July 17, 1966 Chicago Cubs National League St. Louis Cardinals [117]
164 Randy Hundley August 11, 1966 Chicago Cubs National League Houston Astros [118]
165 Jim FregosiR (2) May 20, 1968 California Angels American League Boston Red Sox [119]
166 Wes Parker May 7, 1970 Los Angeles Dodgers National League New York Mets [120]
167 Rod CarewHOF May 20, 1970 Minnesota Twins American League Kansas City Royals [121]
168 Tony Horton July 2, 1970 Cleveland Indians American League Baltimore Orioles [122]
169 Tommie Agee July 6, 1970 New York Mets National League St. Louis Cardinals [123]
170 Jim Ray Hart July 8, 1970 San Francisco Giants National League Atlanta Braves [124]
171 Freddie Patek July 9, 1971 Kansas City Royals American League Minnesota Twins [125]
172 Dave Kingman April 16, 1972 San Francisco Giants National League Houston Astros [126]
173 César Cedeño (1) August 2, 1972 Houston Astros National League Cincinnati Reds [127]
174 Bobby Murcer August 29, 1972 New York Yankees American League Texas Rangers [128]
175 César Tovar September 19, 1972 Minnesota Twins American League Texas Rangers [129]
176 Joe TorreHOF June 27, 1973 St. Louis Cardinals National League Pittsburgh Pirates [130]
177 Richie Zisk June 9, 1974 Pittsburgh Pirates National League San Francisco Giants [131]
178 Lou BrockHOF May 27, 1975 St. Louis Cardinals National League San Diego Padres [132]
179 Tim FoliN April 22, 1976 Montreal Expos National League Chicago Cubs [133]
180 Larry Hisle June 4, 1976 Minnesota Twins American League Baltimore Orioles [134]
181 Mike Phillips June 25, 1976 New York Mets National League Chicago Cubs [135]
182 Lyman Bostock July 24, 1976 Minnesota Twins American League Chicago White Sox [136]
183 César Cedeño (2) August 9, 1976 Houston Astros National League St. Louis Cardinals [137]
184 Mike Hegan September 3, 1976 Milwaukee Brewers American League Detroit Tigers [138]
185 Bob Watson (1) June 24, 1977 Houston Astros National League San Francisco Giants [139]
186 John Mayberry August 5, 1977 Kansas City Royals American League Chicago White Sox [140]
187 Jack Brohamer September 24, 1977 Chicago White Sox American League Seattle Mariners [141]
188 Andre Thornton April 22, 1978 Cleveland Indians American League Boston Red Sox [142]
189 Chris Speier (1) July 20, 1978 Montreal Expos National League Atlanta Braves [143]
190 Mike Cubbage July 27, 1978 Minnesota Twins American League Toronto Blue Jays [144]
191 George BrettHOF (1) May 28, 1979 Kansas City Royals American League Baltimore Orioles [145]
192 Dan Ford August 10, 1979 California Angels American League Seattle Mariners [146]
193 Bob WatsonN (2) September 15, 1979 Boston Red Sox American League Baltimore Orioles [147]
194 Frank White (1) September 26, 1979 Kansas City Royals American League California Angels [148]
195 Iván DeJesús April 22, 1980 Chicago Cubs National League St. Louis Cardinals [149]
196 Fred Lynn May 13, 1980 Boston Red Sox American League Minnesota Twins [150]
197 Mike Easler June 12, 1980 Pittsburgh Pirates National League Cincinnati Reds [151]
198 Gary Ward September 18, 1980 Minnesota Twins American League Milwaukee Brewers [152]
199 Charlie Moore October 1, 1980 Milwaukee Brewers American League California Angels [153]
200 Frank White (2) August 3, 1982 Kansas City Royals American League Detroit Tigers [154]
201 Cal Ripken, Jr.HOF May 6, 1984 Baltimore Orioles American League Texas Rangers [155]
202 Carlton FiskHOF May 16, 1984 Chicago White Sox American League Kansas City Royals [156]
203 Willie McGee June 23, 1984 St. Louis Cardinals National League Chicago Cubs [157]
204 Dwight Evans June 28, 1984 Boston Red Sox American League Seattle Mariners [158]
205 Jeffrey Leonard June 27, 1985 San Francisco Giants National League Cincinnati Reds [159]
206 Keith Hernandez July 4, 1985 New York Mets National League Atlanta Braves [160]
207 Oddibe McDowell July 23, 1985 Texas Rangers American League Cleveland Indians [161]
208 Rich Gedman September 18, 1985 Boston Red Sox American League Toronto Blue Jays [162]
209 Tony Phillips May 16, 1986 Oakland Athletics American League Baltimore Orioles [163]
210 Kirby PuckettHOF August 1, 1986 Minnesota Twins American League Oakland Athletics [164]
211 Andre DawsonHOF April 29, 1987 Chicago Cubs National League San Francisco Giants [165]
212 Candy Maldonado May 4, 1987 San Francisco Giants National League St. Louis Cardinals [166]
213 Tim RainesHOF August 16, 1987 Montreal Expos National League Pittsburgh Pirates [167]
214 Albert Hall September 23, 1987 Atlanta Braves National League Houston Astros [168]
215 Robin YountHOF June 12, 1988 Milwaukee Brewers American League Chicago White Sox [169]
216 Chris Speier (2) July 9, 1988 San Francisco Giants National League St. Louis Cardinals [170]
217 Mike Greenwell September 14, 1988 Boston Red Sox American League Baltimore Orioles [171]
218 Kelly Gruber April 16, 1989 Toronto Blue Jays American League Kansas City Royals [172]
219 Eric Davis June 2, 1989 Cincinnati Reds National League San Diego Padres [173]
220 Kevin McReynolds August 1, 1989 New York Mets National League St. Louis Cardinals [174]
221 Gary Redus August 25, 1989 Pittsburgh Pirates National League Cincinnati Reds [175]
222 George BrettHOF (2) July 25, 1990 Kansas City Royals American League Toronto Blue Jays [176]
223 Robby Thompson April 22, 1991 San Francisco Giants National League San Diego Padres [177]
224 Paul MolitorHOF May 15, 1991 Milwaukee Brewers American League Minnesota Twins [178]
225 Dave WinfieldHOF June 24, 1991 California Angels American League Kansas City Royals [179]
226 Ray Lankford September 15, 1991 St. Louis Cardinals National League New York Mets [180]
227 Andújar Cedeño August 25, 1992 Houston Astros National League St. Louis Cardinals [181]
228 Mark Grace May 9, 1993 Chicago Cubs National League San Diego Padres [182]
229 Jay Buhner June 23, 1993 Seattle Mariners American League Oakland Athletics [183]
230 Travis Fryman July 28, 1993 Detroit Tigers American League New York Yankees [184]
231 Scott Cooper April 12, 1994 Boston Red Sox American League Kansas City Royals [185]
232 Rondell White June 11, 1995 Montreal Expos National League San Francisco Giants [186]
233 Gregg Jefferies August 25, 1995 Philadelphia Phillies National League Los Angeles Dodgers [187]
234 Tony Fernández September 3, 1995 New York Yankees American League Oakland Athletics [188]
235 John MabryN May 18, 1996 St. Louis Cardinals National League Colorado Rockies [189]
236 John Valentin June 6, 1996 Boston Red Sox American League Chicago White Sox [190]
237 Alex Ochoa July 3, 1996 New York Mets National League Philadelphia Phillies [191]
238 Alex Rodriguez June 5, 1997 Seattle Mariners American League Detroit Tigers [192]
239 John Olerud (1) September 11, 1997 New York Mets National League Montreal Expos [193]
240 Mike Blowers May 18, 1998 Oakland Athletics American League Chicago White Sox [194]
241 Dante Bichette June 10, 1998 Colorado Rockies National League Texas Rangers [195]
242 Neifi Pérez July 25, 1998 Colorado Rockies National League St. Louis Cardinals [196]
243 Jeff Kent May 3, 1999 San Francisco Giants National League Pittsburgh Pirates [197]
244 Todd Helton June 19, 1999 Colorado Rockies National League Florida Marlins [198]
245 Chris Singleton July 6, 1999 Chicago White Sox American League Kansas City Royals [199]
246 José ValentínN April 27, 2000 Chicago White Sox American League Baltimore Orioles [200]
247 Jason Kendall May 19, 2000 Pittsburgh Pirates National League St. Louis Cardinals [201]
248 Mike Lansing June 18, 2000 Colorado Rockies National League Arizona Diamondbacks [202]
249 Eric Chavez June 21, 2000 Oakland Athletics American League Baltimore Orioles [203]
250 Luis Gonzalez July 5, 2000 Arizona Diamondbacks National League Houston Astros [204]
251 Damion Easley June 8, 2001 Detroit Tigers American League Milwaukee Brewers [205]
252 John Olerud (2) June 16, 2001 Seattle Mariners American League San Diego Padres [206]
253 Jeff BagwellHOF July 18, 2001 Houston Astros National League St. Louis Cardinals [207]
254 Jeff Frye August 17, 2001 Toronto Blue Jays American League Texas Rangers [208]
255 Miguel Tejada September 29, 2001 Oakland Athletics American League Seattle Mariners [209]
256 Craig BiggioHOF April 8, 2002 Houston Astros National League Colorado Rockies [210]
257 Greg Colbrunn September 18, 2002 Arizona Diamondbacks National League San Diego Padres [211]
258 Brad WilkersonN (1) June 24, 2003 Montreal Expos National League Pittsburgh Pirates [212]
259 Eric Byrnes June 29, 2003 Oakland Athletics American League San Francisco Giants [213]
260 Travis Hafner August 14, 2003 Cleveland Indians American League Minnesota Twins [214]
261 Vladimir GuerreroHOF September 14, 2003 Montreal Expos National League New York Mets [215]
262 Chad Moeller April 27, 2004 Milwaukee Brewers National League Cincinnati Reds [216]
263 Daryle Ward May 26, 2004 Pittsburgh Pirates National League St. Louis Cardinals [217]
264 David Bell June 28, 2004 Philadelphia Phillies National League Montreal Expos [218]
265 Eric Valent July 29, 2004 New York Mets National League Montreal Expos [219]
266 Mark Teixeira August 17, 2004 Texas Rangers American League Cleveland Indians [220]
267 Jeff DaVanon August 25, 2004 Anaheim Angels American League Kansas City Royals [221]
268 Brad Wilkerson (2) April 6, 2005 Washington Nationals National League Philadelphia Phillies [222]
269 Mark Grudzielanek April 27, 2005 St. Louis Cardinals National League Milwaukee Brewers [223]
270 Randy Winn August 15, 2005 San Francisco Giants National League Cincinnati Reds [224]
271 José ReyesACT June 21, 2006 New York Mets National League Cincinnati Reds [225]
272 Luke ScottR July 28, 2006 Houston Astros National League Arizona Diamondbacks [226]
273 Carlos Guillén August 1, 2006 Detroit Tigers American League Tampa Bay Devil Rays [227]
274 Gary Matthews Jr.N September 13, 2006 Texas Rangers American League Detroit Tigers [228]
275 Chone Figgins September 16, 2006 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim American League Texas Rangers [229]
276 Fred Lewis May 13, 2007 San Francisco Giants National League Colorado Rockies [230]
277 Mark Ellis June 4, 2007 Oakland Athletics American League Boston Red Sox [231]
278 Aubrey Huff June 29, 2007 Baltimore Orioles American League Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim [232]
279 Carlos GómezACTR (1) May 7, 2008 Minnesota Twins American League Chicago White Sox [233]
280 Mark Kotsay August 14, 2008 Atlanta Braves National League Chicago Cubs [234]
281 Cristian Guzmán August 28, 2008 Washington Nationals National League Los Angeles Dodgers [235]
282 Stephen Drew September 1, 2008 Arizona Diamondbacks National League St. Louis Cardinals [236]
283 Adrián BeltréACT (1) September 1, 2008 Seattle Mariners American League Texas Rangers [237]
284 Orlando Hudson April 13, 2009 Los Angeles Dodgers National League San Francisco Giants [238]
285 Ian KinslerACT April 15, 2009 Texas Rangers American League Baltimore Orioles [239]
286 Jason Kubel April 17, 2009 Minnesota Twins American League Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim [240]
287 Michael Cuddyer (1) May 22, 2009 Minnesota Twins American League Milwaukee Brewers [241]
288 Melky CabreraACT August 2, 2009 New York Yankees American League Chicago White Sox [242]
289 Troy TulowitzkiACT August 10, 2009 Colorado Rockies National League Chicago Cubs [243]
290 Félix Pie August 14, 2009 Baltimore Orioles American League Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim [244]
291 B. J. Upton October 2, 2009 Tampa Bay Rays American League New York Yankees [245]
292 Jody Gerut May 8, 2010 Milwaukee Brewers National League Arizona Diamondbacks [246]
293 Bengie Molina July 16, 2010 Texas Rangers American League Boston Red Sox [247]
294 Kelly Johnson July 23, 2010 Arizona Diamondbacks National League San Francisco Giants [248]
295 Carlos GonzálezACT July 31, 2010 Colorado Rockies National League Chicago Cubs [249]
296 George Kottaras September 3, 2011 Milwaukee Brewers National League Houston Astros [250]
297 Pablo SandovalACT September 15, 2011 San Francisco Giants National League Colorado Rockies [251]
298 Scott Hairston April 27, 2012 New York Mets National League Colorado Rockies [252]
299 Aaron Hill (1) June 18, 2012 Arizona Diamondbacks National League Seattle Mariners [253]
300 Aaron Hill (2) June 29, 2012 Arizona Diamondbacks National League Milwaukee Brewers [254]
301 Adrián BeltréACT (2) August 24, 2012 Texas Rangers American League Minnesota Twins [255]
302 Mike TroutACT May 21, 2013 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim American League Seattle Mariners [256]
303 Brandon BarnesACT July 19, 2013 Houston Astros American League Seattle Mariners [257]
304 Alex Ríos September 23, 2013 Texas Rangers American League Houston Astros [258]
305 Michael Cuddyer (2) August 17, 2014 Colorado Rockies National League Cincinnati Reds [259]
306 Brock HoltACT June 16, 2015 Boston Red Sox American League Atlanta Braves [260]
307 Shin-Soo ChooACT July 21, 2015 Texas Rangers American League Colorado Rockies [261]
308 Adrián BeltréACT (3) August 3, 2015 Texas Rangers American League Houston Astros [262]
309 Matt KempACT August 14, 2015 San Diego Padres National League Colorado Rockies [263]
310 Freddie FreemanACT June 15, 2016 Atlanta Braves National League Cincinnati Reds [264]
311 Rajai DavisACTR July 2, 2016 Cleveland Indians American League Toronto Blue Jays [265]
312 John Jaso September 28, 2016 Pittsburgh Pirates National League Chicago Cubs [266]
313 Wil MyersACT April 10, 2017 San Diego Padres National League Colorado Rockies [267]
314 Trea TurnerACT April 25, 2017 Washington Nationals National League Colorado Rockies [268]
315 Carlos GómezACT (2) April 29, 2017 Texas Rangers American League Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim [269]
316 Nolan ArenadoACT June 18, 2017 Colorado Rockies National League San Francisco Giants [270]
317 Cody BellingerACT July 15, 2017 Los Angeles Dodgers National League Miami Marlins [271]
318 Evan LongoriaACT August 1, 2017 Tampa Bay Rays American League Houston Astros [272]
319 José AbreuACT September 9, 2017 Chicago White Sox American League San Francisco Giants [273]
320 Mookie BettsACT August 9, 2018 Boston Red Sox American League Toronto Blue Jays [274]
321 Christian YelichACT (1) August 29, 2018 Milwaukee Brewers National League Cincinnati Reds [275]
322 Christian YelichACT (2) September 17, 2018 Milwaukee Brewers National League Cincinnati Reds [276]

Cycles by franchise[edit]

Italic text indicates the current name of a current MLB franchise; names not in italics indicate either defunct teams or defunct team names. Teams are listed only as major league squads; minor league teams promoted into MLB do not have minor league names or tenures listed. Initial table sorting is by number of cycles hit per franchise and then by ratio of cycles hit to cycles allowed. Only one current MLB team has never had a player hit for the cycle, the Miami Marlins.[277][16]

List of franchises, showing MLB-active dates and numbers of cycles achieved and allowed
Franchise Active dates Cycles hit Cycles allowed
Allegheny (AA) / Pittsburgh Alleghenys / Pittsburgh Innocents / Pittsburgh Pirates 1882–present 24 19
New York Gothams / New York Giants / San Francisco Giants 1883–present 24 16
Boston Americans / Boston Red Sox 1901–present 22 12
Philadelphia Athletics / Kansas City Athletics / Oakland Athletics 1901–present 21 8
St. Louis Stockings (AA) / St. Louis Perfectos / St. Louis Cardinals 1882–present 19 24
Baltimore Orioles (1901–02) / New York Highlanders / New York Yankees 1901–present 15 9
Washington Senators (1901–60) / Minnesota Twins 1901–present 14 13
Chicago White Stockings / Chicago Colts / Chicago Orphans / Chicago Cubs 1876–present 11 13
Washington Senators (1961–71) / Texas Rangers 1961–present 11 7
Brooklyn Atlantics / Brooklyn Grays / Brooklyn Bridegrooms / Brooklyn Superbas / Brooklyn Robins / Brooklyn Dodgers / Los Angeles Dodgers 1883–present 10 14
Detroit Tigers 1901–present 10 11
New York Mets 1962–present 10 3
Cincinnati Red Stockings (AA) / Cincinnati Redlegs / Cincinnati Reds 1882–present 9 18
Milwaukee Brewers (1901) / St. Louis Browns / Baltimore Orioles 1901–present 9 16
Montreal Expos / Washington Nationals 1969–present 9 3
Philadelphia Quakers / Philadelphia Phillies 1883–present 8 16
Cleveland Bluebirds / Cleveland Bronchos / Cleveland Naps / Cleveland Indians 1901–present 8 10
Houston Colt .45s / Houston Astros 1962–present 8 8
Seattle Pilots / Milwaukee Brewers 1969–present 8 5
Colorado Rockies 1993–present 8 9
Boston Red Caps / Boston Beaneaters / Boston Doves / Boston Rustlers / Boston Bees / Boston Braves / Milwaukee Braves / Atlanta Braves 1876–present 7 9
Los Angeles Angels / California Angels / Anaheim Angels / Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 1961–present 7 6
Chicago White Sox 1901–present 6 17
Kansas City Royals 1969–present 6 7
Arizona Diamondbacks 1998–present 6 3
Philadelphia Athletics (AA) 1882–1890 4 2
Seattle Mariners 1977–present 4 7
Detroit Wolverines 1881–1888 3 2
Louisville Eclipse / Louisville Colonels (AA/NL) 1882–1891 3 5
Washington Senators (1891–99) 1891–1899 3 1
Buffalo Bisons (NL) 1879–1885 2 0
New York Metropolitans 1883–1887 2 1
St. Louis Maroons / Indianapolis Hoosiers 1884–1889 2 0
San Diego Padres 1969–present 2 6
Toronto Blue Jays 1977–present 2 5
Tampa Bay Devil Rays / Tampa Bay Rays 1998–present 2 1
Cleveland Forest Citys / Cleveland Blues (AA) / Cleveland Spiders 1887–1899 1 2
Kansas City Cowboys 1888–1889 1 0
Brooklyn Gladiators 1890 1 0
New York Giants (PL) 1890 1 0
Toledo Maumees 1890 1 0
Milwaukee Brewers (AA) 1891 1 0
Pittsburgh Rebels 1914–1915 1 0
Providence Grays 1878–1885 0 1
Cleveland Blues (NL) 1879–1884 0 1
Baltimore Orioles (1882–1899) 1882–1899 0 3
Buffalo Bisons (PL) 1890 0 1
Syracuse Stars 1890 0 2
Kansas City Packers 1914–1915 0 1
Florida Marlins / Miami Marlins 1993–present 0 2

Notes[edit]

  • The Milwaukee Brewers were members of the American League until 1997, when the team switched leagues due to an expansion-driven realignment of Major League Baseball's divisions. The Brewers have been members of the National League since 1998.
  • The Houston Astros were members of the National League until 2012, when, as part of the franchise's sale agreement, the team switched leagues to create divisional balance. The Astros have been members of the American League since 2013.

See also[edit]

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