Jun 29, 2012, 10:21 PM EDT
Here’s something you don’t see every day. Or week. Or month. Or year. Or decade. Well, you get the point.
After hitting for the cycle back on June 18, Diamondbacks second baseman Aaron Hill did it again tonight against the Brewers in Milwaukee. That’s right, two cycles in the space of 12 days. And the Padres and Marlins are still waiting for their first one.
Incredibly, Hill is the first player to get two cycles in the same season since Babe Herman did it with the Brooklyn Robins in 1931. That’s 81 years of baseball, folks.
Hill had a ground rule double in the top of the first inning, a single in the third, a two-run homer in the fourth and a triple in the sixth to complete the feat. By the way, that double gave him 1,000 hits for his career. Now that’s a special night.
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