It was only yesterday that we witnessed Dioner Navarro hit three home runs in a game for the Chicago Cubs, only to have the feat equaled later in the day by Washington's Ryan Zimmerman.
While going deep not once, not twice, but thrice in a single game is an impressive feat to be sure—especially when it happens on the same day—it demands that we ask the obvious question:
Can anyone top it and go deep four times in the same game this season?
It's a feat that has only been accomplished by 16 other players in MLB history, most recently by Josh Hamilton while with the Texas Rangers in a game against Baltimore last May.
Is it likely that someone will hit four home runs in a game this season? No.
But it wasn't likely that Navarro, who has never hit more than nine home runs in a season, would hit three in one game, either.
With that in mind, let's take a look at which players have the best chance at becoming the 17th player in baseball history to unleash a vulgar display of power on the unwitting masses.
*Players currently on the disabled list, like Miami's Giancarlo Stanton and New York's Curtis Granderson, were not eligible for consideration.