The Red Sox have homered in a team-record 22 straight games. Jackie Bradley Jr. own's a 27-game hitting streak (he's also first in the American League with a .413 on-base percentage), and 40-year-old David Ortiz is playing like the MVP.
Amongst all of this, it's easy to lose track of Xander Bogaerts' accomplishments. Bogaerts has hit in 16 straight contests himself, and is leading the league in batting (pictured).
However, even more impressive is the fact that Bogaerts has a major-league-best 63 hits through 44 games, five more than anyone else in the AL. At that pace, Boston's shortstop could finish the year with 232. That'd be the most hits in an MLB season since Ichiro Suzuki's 238 in 2007. The last guy besides Ichiro (who did it three times) to record that many hits was Darin Erstad (240) in 2000, and the last Red Sox player to do it was Wade Boggs (also 240) in 1985.