home run cy*cle
What Is The Definition Of Home Run Cycle In Baseball?
1. A home run cycle occurs when a player hits a solo home run, a two-run home run, a three-run home run and a grand slam during the course of a single game. If the player hits those four home runs in that exact order, it’s called a natural home run cycle.
Getting four home runs in a single game is rare on its own, so hitting four home runs with these specific run counts is even rarer. It has been achieved several times by college baseball players, but the only person to complete a home run cycle in pro baseball is Tyrone Horne. His home run cycle occurred on July 27, 1998 while playing for the Arkansas Travelers in a minor league AA game against the San Antonio Missions. A home run cycle has never been achieved in an MLB game.
Examples Of How Home Run Cycle Is Used In Commentary
1. Rodriguez was just one solo home run short of being the first major league player to complete a home run cycle.
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