Baseball at the MLB level is quite challenging. To even play the game competently is a chore, let alone become a star.
You wouldn't know this, though, by watching Cody Bellinger play ball.
The Los Angeles Dodgers rookie is making it look 'way too easy.
Here he is, completing the mystical cycle against Miami's Marlins:
Yeah, that's pretty okay.
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