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2013 Stats: 9 home runs, 4 steals
Why He'll Rejoin the Club:
Ryan Braun is already a two-time member of this club.
The right fielder for the Milwaukee Brewers is actually one of just 13 players in the history of MLB who has produced multiple 30-30 seasons, per MLB.com. In 2011, Braun went for 33 home runs and 33 steals. Then a season later, the No. 5 overall pick from the 2005 MLB draft finished with 41 homers and 30 stolen bases.
However, since then, Braun has endured quite the downfall. Last year, MLB slapped the 2011 NL MVP with a 65-game ban for using PEDs. While playing in just 61 contests a season ago, Braun ended the suspension-reduced and injury-riddled campaign with just nine home runs and four steals.
In the opening weeks of 2014, though, Braun appears to be back on track with a .500 slugging percentage, three home runs and two steals. If the 30-year-old goes 30-30 again in 2014, he'll become one of just five players in the history of the sport with three such seasons, as noted by MLB.com.