Ryan Hill had a huge game for the Arizona Diamondbacks and not only helped his team get the victory over the Milwaukee Brewers 9-3 but he also became the fourth player in MLB history to hit for the cycle twice in one season and the first player to do it since 1931.
Randy Wolf struggled for the Brewers on the mound. Wolf allowed five runs on five hits in the third inning and failed to retire any of the first five batters in the loss.
Wolf was charged with seven earned runs on nine hits and struck out just six.
The Brewers will look to find their winning groove tonight at home in game 2 against the Diamondbacks.
The first pitch is set for 6:15.