Here, acting as the bread in this word sandwich, are the hitters who have previously whacked 50 home runs or more in a season in Major League Baseball. You will find a few outliers in there -- most notably Luis Gonzalez, George Foster, Brady Anderson (and even Roger Maris). You will also not find Hank Aaron, Harmon Killebrew and a host of other big-time sluggers. Anderson, who hit nearly one-fourth of his 210 career homers in that one big season and never hit more than 24 in any other individual year, was clearly the biggest anomaly on that list ... until now? We ask that because Jose Bautista, who will turn 30 next month and had never hit more than 16 homers in a season, blasted his 50th earlier today. Does Bautista replace Anderson as the most unlikely member of that list? Is there someone else we are overlooking? Your thoughts in the comments, please.