Former University of Central Arkansas Bear outfielder Jonathan Davis made history Tuesday night when he hit for the cycle for the New Hampshire Fisher Cats in their 10-3 rout of the Portland Sea Dogs at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium.
It was the first cycle (single, double, triple, home run) in franchise history for the Fisher Cats, the Toronto Blue Jays Double-A affiliate.
Davis, an All-Southland Conference center fielder for the Bears in 2013, doubled and scored in the first inning, hit a three-run homer to center field in the second, singled in the fourth and led off the sixth inning with a triple off the right field wall before scoring another run.
Davis finished 4-for-5 with three runs scored and three RBI.
Ranked No. 27 among Blue Jays prospects by MLB.com, the 26-year-old from Camden, Arkansas, is now batting .307, and leads the league with 63 runs scored.
Davis won the Fisher Cats Community Service Award in 2017.