Mel Ott is the youngest player to hit for the cycle in Major League Baseball history, accomplishing the feat for the New York Giants against the Boston Braves on May 16, 1929, when he was 20 years and 75 days old.
Ott’s feat also established him as the youngest National Leaguer to hit for the cycle.
The youngest American League player to hit for the cycle was Mike Trout, who turned the trick for the Los Angeles Angels against the Seattle Mariners on May 21, 2013, when he was 21 years and 287 days old.
What Is ‘Hitting for the Cycle’ in Baseball?
“Hitting for the cycle” means a batter collects a single, double, triple, and home run, in any order, in the course of a single baseball game.
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And check here to see who was the youngest MLB player of all time, cycle or not.