Yelich hits for record-tying 3rd cycle, but Reds beat Brews
CINCINNATI (AP) — Christian Yelich hit for a record-tying third cycle — all of them against Cincinnati — but the Milwaukee Brewers' rally fell short in the ninth inning in a 14-11 loss to the Reds.
Tyler Stephenson drove in four runs with a pair of doubles and Colin Moran hit a three-run homer for Cincinnati.
Yelich became the sixth player to hit at least one home run, triple, double and a single in the same game.
He joined Trea Turner, Adrián Beltré, Babe Herman, Bob Meusel and John Reilly in accomplishing the feat.
Yelich doubled in the first, hit a three-run homer in the third, singled in the fifth and tripled during a six-run ninth.
Hunter Renfroe hit two solo homers for the Brewers.