Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani made history on Thursday night hitting for the cycle against the Tampa Bay Rays.

By doing so, the 24-year old became the first Japanese-born player to accomplish the feat in Major League Baseball History. Ohtani completed the cycle after hitting a single in the seventh inning ff right-hander Hunter Wood.

He is just the eighth Angels player to hit for the cycle and the first since Mike Trout did so in 2013.

So far, during the 2019 campaign, only one other player has hit for the cycle and that was Jorge Polanco of the Minnesota Twins who did it against the Philadelphia Phillies in April.

This season has seen the reigning AL Rookie of the Year relegated to designated hitting while he recovers from Tommy John surgery, but, according to Angels manager Brad Ausmus, Ohtani is a few weeks away from throwing off the mound again.