It gets complicated when you begin parsing records by position, but Lucroy is now the clear all-time doubles leader among Major League catchers. He'd already owned the record for total doubles in a season by a player making more than half of his starts at catcher (the previous mark was 47 by Rodriguez in '96).
Lucroy is bidding to be the first catcher ever to lead his league -- much less the Major Leagues -- in two-base hits, and he is also one double shy of tying Lyle Overbay's franchise record. Overbay hit 53 doubles for the Brewers in 2004.
For extra measure, Lucroy knocked a pair of RBI doubles in July while making his first appearance in the All-Star Game.
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