Home Run Cycle for Chandler Redmond of Springfield Cardinals

Chandler Redmond became just the second professional player to collect home runs of every variety in one game: solo, two-run, three-run and grand slam.

The concept of a cycle is familiar to most fans, even if the event is not particularly common: A player collects a single, double, triple and homer in the same game.

But have you heard of a home run cycle? There’s no shame if you haven’t. Before Wednesday night, it had happened, as far as historians can tell, only once in modern professional baseball history at the affiliated level.

Now it has happened twice. Chandler Redmond of the Springfield (Mo.) Cardinals, St. Louis’s Class AA affiliate, hit four

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