Aaron Judge and 60 of his houses has captured the baseball world’s attention this season, but the American League’s home run record isn’t the only rare statistical feat the 99 is chasing this year. As of the time of this writing, Judge currently leads all three AL tri-crown categories. Obviously, no one is capturing his totals, and his RBI lead also seems secure. Polished medium is where things get interesting. Judge leads AL with an average of 0.316, but Xander Bogaerts (.315) and Luis Arraez (.314) are both on his heels. Sports book don’t have much faith on the Judge’s chance. With just over two weeks to go into the season, Roger Maris’ 60-year homer milestone will drop, but whether Judge turns out to be the 21st century’s second triple-crown winner is where the real conspiracy lies. .
Which brings us to today’s puzzle. Assuming the Judge ends up leading the AL in the RBI, he will join a roster that includes many current and future Halls of Fame. So, with that in mind, how many annual league leaders among the leagues since the 2000 season can you name in five minutes?