Christian Yelich tied a Brewers record with six hits in one game, hit for the cycle, and had an outfield assist on a play at the plate in Milwaukee's incredible win on Wednesday night against Cincinnati.
Yelich became the first player to hit for the cycle and have an outfield assist at home plate since Andre Dawson did it nearly three decades ago.
Yelich tied the game with an RBI triple in the seventh inning, giving him the needed hit for the cycle. He also added an infield single and finished the game with his batting average bumped up to .319.
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