20/20/20 list -- seven players, including Granderson and Rollins last year. Granderson is the only one to make the 23/23/23 list. ]]>

Brett on the other hand had 20 triples at age 26. That was his 20 double, 20 triple, 20 homer season. (can we get a complete list posted of all the 20/20/20 guys?)

These days, you've got to get your triples early and often if you're going to reach Musial's 177.

Here's a list of post-1940 players who hit 20 or more triples in a season, age 26 or more:

*Dale Mitchell had 23 in 1949 at age 27

*Curtis Granderson had 23 at age 26

*Snuffy Stirnweiss had 22 in 1945 at age 26

*Lance Johnson had 21 in 1996 at age 32

*Jimmy Rollins had 20 in 2007 at age 27

*George Brett had 20 in 1979 at age 26

*Jeff Heath had 20 in 1941 at age 26

*Willie Mays had 20 in 1957 at age 26

And here are honorable mentions of the 35 or over crowd:

*Mickey Vernon had 14 in 1954 at age 36

*Tommy Henrich had 14 in 1948 at age 35

*Joe Kuhel had 13 in 1945 at age 39

*Jose Cruz had 13 in 1984 at age 36

*Steve Finley had 12 in 2006 at age 41

*Kenny Lofton had 12 in 2006 at age 39

*Omar Vizquel had 10 in 2006 at age 39

*Steve Finley had 10 in 2003 at age 38

*Brett Butler had 9 in 1995 at age 38

*Doc Cramer had 9 in 1944 at age 38

*Kenny Lofton had 6 in 2007 at age 40

*Luke Appling had 5 in 1949 at age 42

*Paul Molitor had 5 in 1998 at age 41

*Pete Rose had 5 in 1981 (strike year) at age 40

*Enos Slaughter had 5 in 1956 at age 40

*Luke Appling had 4 in 1950 at age 43

*Pete Rose had 4 in 1982 at age 41

*Bob Thurman had 4 in 1958 at age 41