If Miguel Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers moved to the National League, effective immediately, the American League would have one player leading every Triple Crown category.
Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis.
You may not be familiar with his numbers or his story. That is likely to change. Davis leads the majors with 19 home runs. His .353 batting average and 50 RBI are second only to Cabrera in the AL. And Davis' 1.195 OPS is the highest in Major League Baseball (Cabrera ranks second).
Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers will play a three-game series at Camden Yards this weekend, and it's fitting that June arrives during their stay. This is the month in which Davis can solidify his first All-Star selection while establishing himself as a legitimate threat to finish ahead of Cabrera in one ... or two ... or three categories.
After Davis went 4-for-4 with two home runs in an astounding power display Wednesday night, I asked him if he's ready to take the Triple Crow...