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Hitters

David Wright is on pace for 126 RBI, which would best Mike Piazza's franchise-best mark of 124 in 1999.
Carlos Beltran is on pace for 98 walks, which would be second all-time behind John Olerud's ridiculos 125-walk season of 1999.
Jose Reyes is on pace for 56 stolen bases, which would be sixth best all-time behind three Jose Reyeses and one Roger Cedeno.
Jose Reyes is on pace for 16 triples, which would be fourth best all-time behind Lance Johnson's 21 in 1996 and two previous incarnations of Jose Reyes.
Jose Reyes is on pace for 74 extra-base hits, which would be sixth all-time.
Carlos Beltran is on pace for 70 extra-base hits, which would be eighth all-time (he is tied for first with 80 in 2006).

Starting Pitchers

Oliver Perez is on pace for 32 homeruns allowed, which would be second all-time (Roger Craig, 35 in 1962).
Johan Santana is on pace for 28 homeruns allowed, which would be sixth all-time.
Oliver Perez is on pace for 104 walks allowed, which sould be fourth all-time (Nolan Ryan, 116 in 1971).
Johan Santana is on pace for 18 wild pitches, which would tie for the most all-time (Jack Hamilton, 1966).
Oliver Perez is on pace for 10 20 hit batsmen, which would be the most all-time (Pedro Astacio, 16 in 2002).
Johan Santana is on pace for 206 strikeouts, which would be second most in the last fifteen years (Pedro Martinez, 208 in 2005).
Johan Santana is on pace for 227.1 innings pitched, which would be the most in the last fifteen years (Mike Hampton, 217.2 in 2000).

Relief Pitchers

Pedro Feliciano is on pace for 86 appearances, which would be the most all-time (Mike Stanton, 83 in 2004).
Billy Wagner is on pace for 36 saves, which would be fifth all-time (Armando Benitez, 43 in 2001).

Any others?