Braves' Rosario hits for MLB's 4th cycle this season

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Atlanta Braves outfielder Eddie Rosario recorded a bloop single in the ninth inning of Sunday's game against the San Francisco Giants to hit for the cycle.

Rosario is the fourth MLB player to hit for the cycle this season after Trea Turner (his third), Jake Cronenworth, and Braves teammate Freddie Freeman (his second).

He's the eighth player in franchise history to complete the feat. The others to do it are Herman Long, Duff Cooley, Johnny Bates, Bill Collins, Albert Hall, Mark Kotsay, and Freeman.

The 29-year-old doubled in the first, tripled in the fifth, and blasted a solo home run in the seventh to get the hardest legs of the cycle out of the way.

It's just the second cycle hit at Oracle Park with former Oakland A's outfielder Eric Byrnes being the other in 2003, according to Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic.

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