Christian Yelich joined a rare club on Wednesday, hitting for the third cycle of his career during the Milwaukee Brewers' loss to the Cincinnati Reds.

Yelich's three career cycles tie him with five other players for the all-time Major League lead. 

Trea Turner was the most recent player to accomplish the feat, doing so on his birthday last season.

All three of Yelich's cycles have come against the Reds, who have allowed 20 cycles in their history, second most to the St. Louis Cardinals (24) all time.

Yelich, 30, is the first player to hit three cycles against a single team.