Hit for the Cycle

Every Major League Baseball Player Who Hit for the Cycle

An official cycle occurs when a player hits a single, a double, a triple and a home run in the same game. Completing the cycle, or hitting for the cycle, is a rare occurrence and every Major League Baseball player who has officially hit for the cycle appears on the chart below.

" Alex Rodriguez became the first Mariners player to hit for the cycle in a nine-inning game in Detroit on June 5, 1997 . He secured it with a shallow fly to right that landed just inside the foul lines. No one cheered louder when the ball landed fair than Mariners fan Pamela Altazan. She won a contest sponsored by the M's that awarded $1 million to a lucky fan in the event any Mariner hit for the cycle." - Author Michael Emmerich in 100 Things Mariners Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die (Triumph Books, 04/01/2015, Chapter 28, Cycle Windfall Page 99)
Hit for the Cycle

Every Baseball Player Who Officially Hit for the Cycle ( AL | NL | Records )

MLB #
Name
Team
Date / Box Score

LG

1.
05-25-1882
2.
Philadelphia Athletics
07-30-1883
AA
3.
09-12-1883
AA
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09-19-1883
AA
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06-16-1884
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New York Metropolitans
06-12-1885
AA
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06-13-1885
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Philadelphia Athletics
06-16-1885
AA
9.
09-28-1885
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St. Louis Maroons
05-04-1886
11.
Louisville Colonels
08-08-1886
AA
12.
08-21-1886
13.
Philadelphia Athletics
09-23-1886
AA
14.
04-30-1887
AA
15.
05-02-1887
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05-07-1887
AA
17.
New York Metropolitans
08-10-1887
AA
18.
08-26-1887
AA
19.
Philadelphia Athletics
05-15-1888
AA
20.
Kansas City Cowboys
06-13-1888
AA
21.
07-28-1888
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08-25-1888
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Louisville Colonels
06-07-1889
AA
24.
Indianapolis Hoosiers
08-08-1889
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08-15-1889
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06-28-1890
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Toledo Maumees
07-05-1890
AA
28.
Brooklyn Gladiators
07-18-1890
AA
29.
New York Giants
07-21-1890
PL
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08-01-1890
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08-06-1890
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Louisville Colonels
08-12-1890
AA
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07-01-1891
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Milwaukee Brewers
08-12-1891
AA
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04-24-1894
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Washington Senators
06-13-1894
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08-17-1894
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09-28-1894
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08-16-1895
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Washington Senators
09-30-1895
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05-09-1896
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Washington Senators
05-30-1896
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07-10-1901
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07-23-1901
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07-30-1901
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05-07-1903
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07-21-1903
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07-29-1903
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09-24-1903
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06-20-1904
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10-04-1904
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04-26-1907
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10-02-1908
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07-03-1910
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08-25-1910
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10-06-1910
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07-03-1911
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06-09-1912
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06-10-1912
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07-25-1912
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08-22-1912
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Pittsburgh Rebels
05-06-1914
FL
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07-05-1915
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04-05-2019
326.
06-13-2019
327.
06-14-2019
MLB #
Name
Team
Date / Box Score

LG

Hitting for the Cycle | Bold = HOF | Research by Baseball Almanac, Inc.



If you are interested in every official cycle, split up by leagues, in alphabetical order, look no further than American League Players Who Hit for the Cycle and National League Players Who Hit for the Cycle .
Did you know that three franchises have had more than twenty instances where a player hit for the cycle? They are the Pirates (24), the Giants (23) and Red Sox (22). The Cardinals (19) are next closest to joining that group and at the bottom of the list are the Miami Marlins , who have never had a single player complete a cycle!
Want to see players who hit for the cycle where the home run was a grand slam? How about players who completed a cycle in natural order? We have those and MANY more other variations in our Hitting for the Cycle Record Book .
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