15 current sluggers who could be next to make push for a 60-homer season

Aaron Judge is having a season for the ages. We already knew that, but he went deep again Tuesday night and it was No. 60.

He's now the sixth player in MLB history to hit 60 home runs in a single regular season. 

One of the many topics on our minds is who else might be able to make a run at this hallowed figure here in the relatively near future?

Giancarlo Stanton made it close in 2017, falling one shy at 59. We saw Ryan Howard hit 58 in 2006.

 Luis Gonzalez hit 57 in 2001 and Ken Griffey Jr. hit 56 twice (1997 and 1998). We could even mention Jose Bautista's 54 in 2010 or Pete Alonso's 53 in 2019. 

This is to say that even if we wanted to pretend players like Barry Bonds, Mark McGwire, Sammy Sosa and A-Rod didn't exist.

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