Eddie Rosario hit for the cycle in historic fashion on Sunday.

Rosario hit a first-pitch curveball in the top of the ninth inning for a single to complete the feat.

He saw only five pitches over his four plate appearances, which is the fewest number of pitches seen by a player who hit for the cycle since at least 1990.

Rosario became the second Atlanta Braves player to hit for the cycle this season, joining Freddie Freeman, who accomplished the feat on Aug. 18.