B.J. Upton drove the Tampa Bay Rays into the Major League Baseball record books Sunday with a third-inning home run, the team's 100th of the season.
The Rays have reached 100 home runs and 100 stolen bases faster than any other team in Major League Baseball history. They are the fifth team to pull the trick before the All-Star break.
Carl Crawford led the majors with 39 stolen bases prior to Sunday's game at home against the Florida Marlins. Upton was third in the American League with 27.
Carlos Pena leads the American League in home runs with 23.