Brock Holt completed the first cycle in MLB postseason history during Game 3 vs the Yankees.
The Red Sox blew out the Yankees on Monday night, and Holt was a major reason why as he went 4-for-6 with five RBI. He finished the cycle off with a two-run home run off Austin Romine (who usually plays catcher for the Yankees) in the ninth inning.
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This isn't the first time Holt has hit for the cycle. He also accomplished the feat in June of 2015 vs the Braves.