As long as Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees and Paul Goldschmidt of the St. Louis Cardinals are in the game, baseball fans have a lot to cheer for this season.
Both stars are putting the American and National Leagues on high alert as they try to win the Triple Crown, one of baseball's most exclusive statistical clubs.
In baseball, a player wins a "triple crown" if he or she leads their league in batting average, home runs, and runs batted in.
It's a very rare thing to do, especially in the modern world. In fact, it's only happened once in the last 50 years.
Throughout baseball's 146-year existence, there have been 16 different Triple Crown champions and 18 Triple Crown campaigns.
In 2012, Miguel Cabrera became the first player since Carl Yastrzemski's legendary 1967 season to win a triple crown.
When he was 29 years old, the legend who played for the Detroit Tigers had 44 home runs and 139 RBIs, which were both career highs.
Judge has led the Yankees to the AL's 2nd-best record. His 57 homers & 123 RBIs lead MLB, and his.310 average ranks fourth in the AL.
In 1933, both Jimmie Foxx and Chuck Klein won the Triple Crown, leading their respective leagues in all three statistics.