Here are the top GIFs from Wednesday's games, courtesy of @MLBGifs.
At Petco Park, Ichiro Suzuki collected the 4,257th hit of a career spanning Japan and Major League Baseball. Ichiro's combined figure is one more than the total recorded by the Majors' all-time hits leader, Pete Rose, in his 24-year career. Ichiro has accumulated 2,979 hits in MLB, with 1,278 more coming in Japan.
Freddie Freeman secured the first cycle of the 2016 season as the Braves beat the Reds, 9-8, in 13 innings at Turner Field. Freeman's feat was the seventh cycle in Braves franchise history, the third since the team moved to Atlanta.
George Springer flashed his remarkable arm, delivering a laser to home plate for the out. Springer also contributed with his bat, helping lift the Astros to a come-from-behind win with an eighth-inning homer.
Adonis Garcia digs deep for this hit off Reds starter Anthony DeSclafani, who skipped a pitch off the dirt.
Hanley Ramirez strutted after hitting a towering three-run homer over the Green Monster to snap his 110-at-bat homerless drought.
This young Giants fan shows some appreciation for the souvenir ball he was gifted by a fellow San Francisco fan.
Jayson Werth put his Nationals over the top with a walk-off single in the 12th inning of a contest against the Cubs. The victory gave Washington the rubber match in a set between two of the National League's first-place clubs.
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw turned in yet another dominant performance on Wednesday -- striking out 11 and limiting the D-backs to two runs in 7 1/3 innings -- and he added this hop move to his repertoire.
Although it went down as just one single in the box score, Chris Carter hit this fastball twice with the same swing, just for good measure.
Chad Thornburg is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.