Tuesday, June 7, 2022

Eduardo Escobar Hits for the Cycle for the Mets


For my readers who are not baseball fans, a cycle is when a player hits a single, double, triple, and home run in the same game.  It is a relatively rare feat as Wikipedia reports it has only been done 336 times in the history of Major League Baseball. As I was sleeping Eduardo Escobar accomplished it for the New York Mets.  The game in San Diego started at 9:30 PM and I went to sleep at 11:00 PM so I missed it. Scott Hairston was the last New York Met to do it in 2012.  The Mets won 11-5.

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