Javy Lopez: needs 9 runs for 600 and 20 RBI for 800.
Rafael Palmeiro: needs 12 home runs to tie Reggie Jackson (563) for ninth all-time, 28 doubles for 600 and 78 hits for 3,000, would then become 26th member of 3,000-hit club (first since Rickey Henderson achieved the mark on Oct. 7, 2001).
Sammy Sosa: needs nine home runs to tie Mark McGwire (583) for sixth all-time, 12 homers to tie Frank Robinson (586) for fifth on career HR list and 26 home runs to become fifth member of 600-HR club; needs one multi-HR game to tie Mark McGwire (67) for third all-time and two to tie Barry Bonds (68); needs seven RBI to tie Joe DiMaggio (1,537) for 36th all-time, 10 RBI to tie Willie Stargell (1,540) for 35th all-time.
B.J. Surhoff: needs 17 home runs for 200.
Miguel Tejada: needs 10 homers for 200 and 46 RBI for 800.
Johnny Damon: needs nine doubles for 300 and 44 runs for 1,000.
Keith Foulke: needs 25 saves for 200.
David Ortiz: needs 22 RBI for 500 and six doubles for 200.
Manny Ramirez: needs 19 doubles for 400 and 10 home runs for 400.
Edgar Renteria: needs 17 homers for 100.
Curt Schilling: needs 28 strikeouts to tie Frank Tanana (2,773) for 17th all-time and 16 wins for 200.
Jason Varitek: needs three home runs for 100.
Tim Wakefield: needs one win to tie Bob Stanley (115) for seventh on Red Sox list (114 with Boston, 128 career) and 12 strikeouts to tie Cy Young (1,341) for third on Red Sox list (1,329 with Boston, 1,439 career).
David Wells: needs 26 strikeouts for 2,000.
Freddy Garcia: needs 15 wins for 100 and 79 strikeouts for 1,000.
Paul Konerko: needs eight RBI for 600, 18 runs for 500 and 30 home runs for 200.
A.J. Pierzynski: needs 30 RBI for 300.
Frank Thomas: needs 11 runs scored to tie Luke Appling (1,319) for most runs scored in White Sox history and two homers to tie Andre Dawson (438) for 30th all-time.
Aaron Boone: needs eight home runs for 100.
Ben Broussard: needs 54 RBI for 200.
Juan Gonzalez: needs two homers to tie Frank Thomas (436) for 31st all-time, four home runs to tie Andre Dawson (438) for 30th all-time and 64 hits for 2,000.
Travis Hafner: needs seven homers for 50.
Kevin Millwood: needs two wins for 100.
Bob Wickman: needs 31 saves for 200.
Bobby Higginson: needs 13 home runs for 200 and 30 doubles for 300.
Jason Johnson: needs six wins for 50.
Magglio Ordonez: needs 13 homers for 200.
Troy Percival: needs two saves to tie Rick Aguilera for 11th all-time (318) and four to tie Roberto Hernandez for 10th all-time (320).
Ivan Rodriguez: needs three stolen bases for 100.
Ugueth Urbina: needs one save to pass Hoyt Wilhelm (228) for 25th all-time and 23 saves for 250.
Fernando Vina: needs six doubles for 200.
Rondell White: needs 25 home runs for 200 and 43 RBI for 700.
Kevin Appier - needs six strikeouts for 2,000 and 44 strikeouts to become the first Royal with 1,500 strikeouts (1,456 with KC, 1,994 career).
Jose Lima: needs 16 wins for 100.
Joe Randa: needs 57 RBI for 700.
Garret Anderson: needs 53 RBI for 1,000.
Orlando Cabrera: needs 56 hits for 1,000 and three stolen bases for 100.
Steve Finley: needs 15 home runs for 300.
Vladimir Guerrero: needs 27 home runs for 300 and 72 RBI for 900.
Tim Salmon: needs 10 home runs for 300, 11 RBI for 1,000 and 44 runs for 1,000.
Jarrod Washburn: needs 24 innings pitched for 1,000.
Torii Hunter: needs 50 RBI for 500.
Jacque Jones: needs 156 hits for 1,000.
Joe Mays: needs eight wins for 50.
Joe Nathan: needs five saves for 50.
Brad Radke: needs one win to tie Jim Perry (128) for fifth on Twins all-time list (includes Senators) and needs to allow 10 home runs to tie Jim Kaat (279) for most homers allowed in Twins history (includes Senators).
Johan Santana: needs 7 wins for 50.
Shannon Stewart: needs 10 home runs for 100 and nine RBI for 450.
Jason Giambi: needs 19 home runs for 300.
Derek Jeter: needs 17 doubles for 300 and seven RBI for 700.
Randy Johnson: needs 39 strikeouts to join Nolan Ryan and Roger Clemens as the only players with 4,200 all-time and four wins for 250.
Carl Pavano: needs 62.1 innings pitched for 1,000.
Jorge Posada: needs 90 hits for 1,000.
Paul Quantrill: needs nine appearances for 800.
Mariano Rivera: needs five saves to tie Rollie Fingers (341) for 7th all-time.
Alex Rodriguez: needs 19 homers for 400 and one HR as a shortstop to tie Cal Ripken Jr.'s record for most homers as a shortstop (345).
Gary Sheffield: needs 11 homers to tie Billy Williams (426) for 34th all-time and 14 doubles for 400.
Joe Torre: needs a 100-win season to become the first manager if history to lead his team to 100 wins for four straight years, breaking a tie with Bobby Cox (Atlanta, 1997-99), Connie Mack (Philadelphia 1929-31), Billy Southworth (St. Louis, 1942-44) and Earl Weaver (Baltimore, 1969-71).
Bernie Williams: needs 17 walks for 1,000.
Eric Chavez: needs 19 doubles for 200 and 131 games for 1,000.
Erubiel Durazo: needs 10 home runs for 100.
Jason Kendall: needs 29 RBI for 500 and one HBP to move ahead of Andres Galarraga (177) for 6th in the modern era.
Barry Zito: needs 19 innings pitched to reach 1,000.
Adrian Beltre: needs 34 games for 1,000 and three home runs for 150.
Bret Boone: needs 16 RBI for 1,000.
Mike Hargrove: needs four wins to become 51st manager with 1,000 career wins.
Jamie Moyer: needs eight wins for 200.
Ichiro Suzuki: needs 76 hits for 1,000.
Randy Winn: needs 131 hits for 1,000.
Alex Gonzalez: needs three RBI for 500.
Aubrey Huff: needs one home run to tie Fred McGriff (99) for most in Devil Rays history and 29 RBI to tie McGriff (358) for most in Devil Rays history.
Hideo Nomo: needs 144 strikeouts for 2,000.
Lou Piniella: needs 48 wins for 1,500 as a manager.
Hank Blalock: needs 27 hits for 400 and 21 doubles for 100.
Richard Hidalgo: needs 12 runs for 500.
Chan Ho Park: needs six wins for 100.
Alfonso Soriano: needs 11 stolen bases for 150, 59 hits for 800 and 24 home runs for 150.
Roy Halladay: needs two wins to tie Todd Stottlemyre (69) for seventh in Blue Jays history, one shutout to move past Roger Clemens (6) for sole possession of fifth in Blue Jays history and 25.1 innings pitched for 1,000.
Corey Koskie: needs 63 RBI for 500.
Vernon Wells: needs 19 home runs for 100 and two RBI for 300.
Information compiled by Mark Malzewski.