- 2012: McCutchen, Prince Fielder (.313/.412/.528), Buster Posey (.336/.408/.549)
- 2013: McCutchen, Miguel Cabrera (.348/.442/.636), Paul Goldschmidt (.302/.401/.551), Mike Trout (.323/.432/.557)
- 2014: McCutchen, Victor Martinez (.335/.409/565)
- 2015 (so far): Goldschmidt (.316/.431/.558), Bryce Harper (.336/.467/.658), Joey Votto (.318/.464/.556)
McCutchen is the only player to have finished more than one season above .300/.400./.500, though Goldschmidt is a lock to do it this year. If McCutchen can do it again this year, he'll join very select company:
Four or More Straight Years: .300/.400/.500 BA/OBP/SLG
Every player with an asterisk after his name is in the Hall of Fame. .300/.400/.500, four years in a row, that's really something!
If McCutchen plays each of the the Pirates' remaining six games, he'll probably get something like 26 plate appearances. He'll probably walk at least three times. That leaves 23 at bats, which will give him 567 for the season. To bat .300, he needs 170 hits. To slug .500, he needs 284 total bases. That means that in his final 23 at bats, he needs 11 hits and 17 total bases. Nine singles and a couple homers would do it. Going 11-for-23, that's not easy. But he needs to start now!