Dodgers Prospect Hits Cycle for the 2nd Time in Four Games

It's a rare feat to accomplish, but to do it twice in four games? That's unheard of. 

James Outman did just that. 

The Los Angeles Dodgers 13th-ranked prospect hit the first cycle in 11 years for Triple-A Oklahoma City. He then did it again just a couple days later. 
Outman is 13 for his last 17, with three home runs, three triples, four doubles, 12 RBIs, and 32 total bases. He's hitting .486 this month with an OPS of 1.787. His slugging is 1.229. Absolutely insane. 

In the minors this season, Outman has been mashing, hitting .298/.398/.598, with 25 home runs, 90 RBIs and 12 stolen bases over 100 games. 

The twenty-five-year-old got his first taste of major league action earlier this season and did not disappoint, going 6-for-13 with two doubles, a home run, three RBIs and two walks in four games. 
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The Dodgers are 90-38 this season, the best team in baseball, and they still have the best farm system in the league. What an organization. 
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