On September 23, 1987 — Albert Hall, needing a three-bagger to complete the cycle, hits a bases-empty, two-out triple in the bottom of the ninth inning, and will score the decisive run on Dave Smith’s wild pitch, giving Atlanta a 5-4 walk-off victory over the Houston. The 29 year-old outfielder is the first Braves’ player to hit for the cycle since 1910, when Bill Collins accomplished the rare feat.


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