Texas Rangers catcher Bengie Molina hit for the cycle in his team's 8-4 win Friday against the Red Sox. Molina, the self-proclaimed slowest man in baseball, is the ninth player in MLB history to hit for the cycle and have a grand slam in the same game and the 1st catcher to do so. It's the sixth cycle in Rangers/Senators history, but the first by a catcher. It's the first cycle by a catcher in MLB since Chad Moeller in 2004, and the first visitor to hit for the cycle at Fenway Park since Andre Thornton in 1978. Molina's performance came at a price however; he left the game with tightness in his right quadriceps after tripling in the eighth inning.
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