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Getting 4 hits in one game and in order as a single, a double, a triple and a home run is considered a Natural Cycle. These men stand out from the other cycle hitters for this reason.

14 facts:

Bill Collins
   hit a natural cycle on   
October 6, 1910
He was the first player in Major League Baseball history to hit for the natural cycle while playing as an outfielder for the Boston Doves against the Philadelphia Phillies in the National League. age 28
Billy Williams
   hit a natural cycle on   
July 17, 1966
Chicago Cubs outfielder against the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League. age 28
Bob Fothergill
   hit a natural cycle on   
September 26, 1926
While playing as an outfielder for the Detroit Tigers against the Boston Red Sox in the American League. age 29
Bob Watson
   hit a natural cycle on   
September 15, 1979
Boston Red Sox first baseman against the Baltimore Orioles in the American League. age 33
Brad Wilkerson
   hit a natural cycle on   
June 24, 2003
Montreal Expos outfielder against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the National League. age 26
Charlie Gehringer
   hit a natural cycle on   
May 27, 1939
Detroit Tigers second baseman against the St. Louis Browns in the American League. age 36
Gary Matthews, Jr.
   hit a natural cycle on   
September 12, 2006
Texas Rangers outfielder against the Detroit Tigers in the American League. age 21
Jim Hickman
   hit a natural cycle on   
August 7, 1963
New York Mets outfielder against the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League. age 26
John Mabry
   hit a natural cycle on   
May 18, 1996
St. Louis Cardinals outfielder against the Colorado Rockies in the National League. age 25
José Valentín
   hit a natural cycle on   
April 27, 2000
Chicago White Sox shortstop against the Seattle Mariners in the America League. age 25
Ken Boyer
   hit a natural cycle on   
June 16, 1964
St. Louis Cardinals third baseman against the Houston Astros in the National League. age 25
Leon Culberson
   hit a natural cycle on   
July 3, 1943
Boston Red Sox outfielder against the Cleveland Indians in the American League. age 23
Tim Foli
   hit a natural cycle on   
April 22, 1976
Montreal Expos shortstop against the Chicago Cubs in the National League. age 25
Tony Lazzeri
   hit a natural cycle on   
June 3, 1932
New York Yankees second baseman against the Philadelphia Athletics in the American League. His feat was overshadowed that day by Lou Gehrig hitting 4 home runs in a game for the first time in Major League history. age 29


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Allan R. Matthes








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