No other sport comes close to baseball's enthusiasm for and appreciation of individual accomplishments. Every MLB follower knows that Barry Bonds was the last player to eclipse 70 homers in a season and that no one has hit .400 since Ted Williams.
This week, Bleacher Report's Featured Columnists have weighed in about which players are most likely to reach nine legendary baseball milestones before the end of 2015, from stealing 100 bases in a season to striking out 20 batters in one game.
Voters were discouraged from naming the same player in more than one category and prohibited from picking the a player more than twice. To reinforce the spirit of thinking outside the box, two FCs submitted commentary for each question: one for the top vote-getter and one for an "interesting pick" who received only one or two votes.
Just to be clear, no one is saying that any of these predictions will come true. Someone picking Pablo Sandoval to hit .400 doesn't mean he or she thinks Panda will hit .400; it simply means that, if someone was going to do it, he or she believes Sandoval has the best chance of doing so.
Without further ado, let's find out what players are most likely to...
Note: I sent this survey only to the Featured Columnists who have been active in previous polls. If you are a new FC or you have changed your mind about wanting to participate, send me a message and I'll be sure to keep you in the loop for next time!