No player in Major League history has recorded 60 doubles in the post-integration era (1947).
Entering Tuesday's action, three players have 40-plus doubles.
Rafael Devers of the Boston Red Sox is on pace for 59 doubles. Nicholas Castellanos is on pace for 57 and Xander Bogaerts is on pace for 55.
Todd Helton has come closest to hitting 60 doubles with 59 back in 2000.