Atlanta Braves outfielder Eddie Rosario hit for the 333rd cycle in MLB history, becoming the newest player on the list and joining teammate Freddie Freeman as the few who have done so in 2021. However, their cycles were not exactly alike. Freeman had six plate appearances on August 18, the date on which he completed the feat, seeing 13 pitches, which don't include the four balls in an intentional walk. This doesn't make Freeman's feat any less impressive, though it does give us some perspective with which to view Rosario's cycle on Sunday afternoon.
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