Jose Reyes, like most players, doesn't care for extra innings. He prefers to play nine and go home. But Reyes has done something in extra innings this season that no player has done since 1984: collect one of every hit — single, double, triple and home run.

Reyes, completed the rare extra-inning "cycle" in Friday's 10th inning when he tripled. Reyes is now 5-for-9 in extra innings this season with a single, double, two triples and home run. The last player to collect one of every hit in extra frames was the Cubs' Ryne Sandberg in '04.

Meanwhile, Reyes' two triples on Friday put him into a first-place tie in the National League with Chicago's Starlin Castro and Colorado's Dexter Fowler.