Hanley Ramirez is very close to joining a couple of exclusive clubs.
Craig Biggio in 1997 and Tris Speaker in 1912 also managed the feat.
Ramirez should have no trouble getting the stolen bases.
But the doubles pose a bit of a challenge considering only 22 games remain.
And, as Ramirez said, "I'm not going to try to stretch a single into a double.''
If he hits one more home run and steals five more bases, Ramirez would become the 11th player in major-league history to have as many as 25 home runs and 50 steals in one season. The last to reach those twin plateaus: Barry Bonds and Rickey Henderson, in 1990.
Which leaves only the following advice: Run, Hanley, Run.