Ohio high schooler accomplishes extremely rare baseball feat: the home run cycle

Luke Borer, a junior at Perrysburg High School in Ohio, hit a solo shot in his first at-bat, a three-run bomb in his second, a two-run blast in his fourth at-bat, and a grand slam in his fifth trip to the plate. That’s the rare “home run cycle,” something that has never happened at the big league level. Borer had never hit a home run at the high school level prior to Monday. (Yahoo! Sports)

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