May 27, 1975: Baserunning mistake allows Lou Brock to hit for the cycle

The San Diego Padres and St. Louis Cardinals began a three-game…

April 21-22, 1976: Tim Foli gets on his 'cycle' in Expos' wild win

The Montreal Expos’ 1976 season was a soap opera. Clubhouse…

April 22, 1978: Cleveland's Andre Thornton hits for the cycle

Thunder Thornton hit the ballOver and against the wall.Cleveland…

July 20, 1978: Expos' Chris Speier hits for the cycle

Conspiracy theorists love coincidences. They point out that John…

May 28, 1979: George Brett hits for the cycle with walk-off home run in 16th

In a tight contest that lasted almost five hours on May 28, 1979,…

May 6, 1984: Cal Ripken Jr. breaks out of slump with cycle

Believe it or not, Baltimore Orioles shortstop Cal Ripken Jr.…

May 16, 1984: Carlton Fisk hits for the cycle with only triple of the season

At Comiskey Park in mid-May 1984, there was a chance for “a…

August 16, 1987: Tim Raines hits for the cycle

The Montreal Expos completed a four-game sweep of the Pittsburgh…

June 12, 1988: Robin Yount hits for the cycle as Brewers blast White Sox

The Milwaukee Brewers were playing .500 baseball through the…

July 25, 1990: George Brett hits for second career cycle

A day after George Brett powered the Royals to a 6-1 victory…

June 24, 1991: Dave Winfield becomes oldest player to hit for the cycle

The 32,040 fans who came to Royals Stadium for a Monday night…

May 9, 1993: Mark Grace hits for the cycle at Wrigley Field

Leaving your mark in a graceful manner can be quite difficult.…

June 11, 1995: Expos' Rondell is White hot in hitting for cycle

On June 11, 1995, the 22,392 fans on hand to watch the Montreal…

June 18, 2000: Rockies' Mike Lansing hits fastest cycle in MLB history

Mike Lansing placed himself in the record books before his Colorado…

July 18, 2001: Astros’ Bagwell hits for the cycle in 28-run slugfest

The 2001 All-Star Game featured the game’s best hitters and…

June 24, 2003: Expos' Brad Wilkerson rides 'le carousel'

There was almost a poetic irony when the Montreal Expos moved…