Trea Turner of the Washington Nationals hit for the cycle for the first time in his Major League career during Washington's 15-12 victory over the Rockies on Tuesday night. 


Turner became the 16th player to hit for the cycle at Coors Field out of the 83 cycles that have been recorded since the ballpark opened in 1995. 

Coors Field is commonly known as one of the best hitter's parks in baseball. Because of the thin, dry air, the fences at Coors Field were set back when the park was first built, in order to try to prevent too many home runs from being hit. 


Though the ball still flies out of Coors at one of the highest rates in baseball, it's the otherwise spacious outfield that turns the stadium into a hitter's haven. 

Turner joined Padres first baseman Wil Myers as the only other player to hit for the cycle this season. Guess where Myers hit his?

Never change, Coors Field. Never change.