Christian Yelich hit the cycle this Wednesday in the MLB during the game between the Milwaukee Brewers against the Cincinnati Reds.
The outfielder of the National League Central Division squad hit a double in the first inning, a home run in the third, a hit in the fifth inning and a triple in the ninth inning.
Yelich, winner of the MVP award in the 2018 season and second in the voting for this award in 2019, is one of the five players who have achieved this difficult record since 1901.
Christian Yelich becomes one of five MLB players with three cycles since 1901! pic.twitter.com/lVHgzFjTfq
— Talkin’ Baseball (@TalkinBaseball_) May 11, 2022
How are Christian Yelich’s numbers going in the 2022 season?
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Christian Yelich is one of the regular outfielders for the Milwaukee Brewers. Before games on Thursday, May 12, he is batting .259/.356/.482 with 5 homers and 20 RBIs.
The left-handed hitter started the current regular round a little cold but has been on fire in recent days. Proof of this is the cycle that he achieved in the game that the lupulos lost 14-11 against the Cincinnati Reds, this Wednesday.
Yelich is one of the best players in the MLB. He has the ability to hit for average and is consistent with his home run production.