Hitting for the Cycle in the National League

Every National League Baseball Player Who Hit for the Cycle

A single, a double, a triple, and a home run. Hit them all in one game and the cycle is complete. Listed below is an alphabetical list of every player in the history of the National League who has hit for the cycle.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are interested in a chronological list sorted by a specific team please visit our Team by Team section on the main menu or click the team name next to the player's name.

"The longer I stay away from training camp the less chance I have of being hit by a fly ball." - Babe Herman
National League Cycle Hitters

Every Official N.L. Cycle ( ALL | A.L. | Records )

Name
Team

Date / Box

04-26-1907

08-01-1890

05-02-1887

Washington Senators

09-30-1895

07-23-1901

05-07-1903

10-06-1910

06-20-1904

04-24-1894

08-16-1895

05-24-1886

05-25-1882

Indianapolis Hoosiers

08-08-1889

07-05-1915

Washington Senators

06-13-1894

Washington Senators

05-30-1896

05-09-1896

09-28-1885

10-04-1904

06-10-1912

06-16-1884

09-28-1894

08-06-1890

08-21-1886

07-28-1888

07-01-1891

08-17-1894

08-25-1888

06-28-1890

08-15-1889

08-22-1912

07-03-1910

06-13-1885

Name
Team

Date / Box

National League Cycle Hitters | Research by Baseball Almanac, Inc.



Ken Boyer , Bill Collins , Tim Foli , Jim Hickman , John Mabry , Brad Wilkerson and Billy Williams each hit for the cycle in natural order — meaning they had their single first, their double second, their triple third and their home run last.

Bill Terry of the New York Giants is the only National League cycle hitter who hit a grand slam to complete the cycle instead of a "simple" home run.

Did you know that Babe Herman is the only National League player to hit for the cycle 3 times? Use this data to make more trivia questions about cycle hitters .

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