Could we be witnessing the first Triple Crown season since Yaz in 1967?
Since then, Kemp made a couple trips to the DL and Hamilton's batting average has cooled off considerably, so neither are really in legitimate contention anymore.
That doesn't mean we can't see a Triple Crown winner this year, however.
After Mike Trout's 0-for-4 night, Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera has moved up to the top of the AL in batting average. He's within striking distance in HR and RBI, trailing Hamilton by only 4 HR and 1 RBI.
The HR will definitely be the hardest part, especially since Hamilton's dip in batting average hasn't really slowed his HR pace very much. Still, a couple great games from Cabrera could put him right on top.
What do you think... is Cabrera capable of pulling it off?