July 16, 2010
Not known as a speedy runner by any means, Bengie Molina did the unthinkable in a July contest at Fenway Park when he completed his cycle with a leadoff triple in the top of the eighth. He'd already racked up a single in the second, a double in the fourth and a grand slam in the fifth when he stepped to the plate against Red Sox pitcher Ramon Ramirez. He drove a fly ball just over the head of center fielder Eric Patterson, and the ball careened off the wall allowing the beefy Molina to rumble to third. Texas coasted to an 8-4 victory, and play was marked as one of the many "Antler" plays for the team during the course of the 2010 season.