Christian Yelich made history on Monday night when he hit for the cycle against the Cincinnati Reds for the second time this season.
The Milwaukee Brewers outfielder is the first player in Major League history to hit for the cycle against the same team twice in one season.
He's just the fifth player ever to have two cycles in a season. His first cycle came on August 30.
"There's been so many great players to play this game," Yelich said. "It just shows how freaky, I guess, that is. A lot of luck goes into that. It's hard enough to get four hits in a Major League Baseball game, yet alone have them all be the right ones and the right sequence."
Yelich is batting .500 (24 for 48) with seven homers, 17 RBIs and 12 runs against the Reds this season.