If the second half of the baseball season is anything like the first, we're in store for a treat.
There's a new mania in Major League Baseball. Chris Davis is on pace to break what he feels is the legitimate single-season home run record. David Ortiz already broke a record this season. And amid all of that, Miguel Cabrera could very well win the Triple Crown for the second year in a row.
By the All-Star break, there have already been a handful of players to post eye-popping numbers. While the Orioles slugger continues to crush homers, his teammate Manny Machado has become a doubles machine. Though he's barely off the pace, the 21-year-old could break the single-season doubles record.
Meanwhile, someone 20 years older than Machado could break a different record. Seattle's Raul Ibanez is on pace to shatter the record for most homers in a single season by a player 40 years or older.
So from Yasiel Puig to "Crush" Davis and Mike Trout, scroll down to check out some of the most amazing stats from the first half of the season.