MLB Records That Could Fall During the Rest of the 2014 Season

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MLB Records That Could Fall During the Rest of the 2014 Season
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Clayton Kershaw in on the verge of topping an exclusive list.

With just over three quarters of the MLB season complete, it is a good time to take a look at some records that are on the verge of being broken during the rest of the 2014 campaign.

True, the marks we are going to discuss don’t necessarily carry legendary weight. No one is on the precipice of breaking Barry Bonds’ single-season home run record, for example, or of topping the 233 strikeouts Mark Reynolds amassed in 2009.

These will be a bit more obscure.

Some are MLB records, and others are franchise specific. Some of them are achievements that a player will be happy to be remembered for, while others speak to the changing landscape of professional baseball.

Here are seven records that could fall during the rest of the 2014 season.

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