Brock Holt did something on Monday night that hadn't been done in 1,562 Major League playoff games.

Holt hit for the cycle in the Boston Red Sox's 16-1 win over the New York Yankees in Game 3 of the ALDS.

He homered in the top half of the ninth inning to complete the feat. He went deep off of catcher Austin Romine, who pitched to help Aaron Boone preserve his bullpen.

"This one I'll remember for a long time," Holt said. "Obviously, you don't go into the game expecting to make history or do anything like that, let alone score 16 runs against a good New York Yankees team. So it was a good night overall for everyone."

Holt didn't start the first two games of the ALDS, but Alex Cora was looking for an offensive jolt.