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What is a natural cycle and how many MLB players have accomplished it?

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2006-01-31 15:11:07
2006-01-31 15:11:07

Hitting for the cycle means hitting a single, double, triple, and home run in one game; a "natural" cycle is hitting them in order--that is, first a single, then a double, then a triple, and then a home run. 13 major league players have hit for the natural cycle. Leon Culberson, Bob Fothergill, Charlie Gehringer, Tony Lazzeri, Jose Valentin, Bob Watson, Ken Boyer, Tim Foli, Jim Hickman, John Mabry, Billy Williams, Bill Collins and Brad Wilkerson.

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There have been 255 Major League players that have hit for the Cycle in a game, there were 122 players in the American League that have accomplished the feat and 133 players in the National League that have accomplished the feat howevver the Miami Marlins and the San Diego Padres have not had any players hit for the Cycle.

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Players have hit for the cycle 286 times in Major League Baseball. The most recent occurence was accomplished by Minnesota Twins outfielder Michael Cuddyer on May 22, 2009. There have only been 2 times where 2 players hit for the cycle on the same day. The most recent occurence was accomplished by Arizona Diamondbacks shortstop Stephen Drew and Seattle Mariners third baseman Adrian Beltre on September 1, 2008.

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In Major League Baseball History 235 players have hit for the cycle.

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Many things. Sickness, natural causes (aka, the bird has just lived it's natural life cycle), predators...many things.


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