As he's done so many times this year, Xander Bogaerts provided a bright spot in what's been a dark season for the Boston Red Sox.

The 26-year-old clubbed his 50th double of the season in the third inning of Thursday night's game vs. the Blue Jays. That makes Bogaerts the second shortstop ever to notch 50 two-baggers and 30 home runs in a season. Alex Rodriguez accomplished the feat in 1996 with the Seattle Mariners.

It's been a season full of milestones for Bogaerts. Earlier this season he also became the first shortstop since Miguel Tejada in 2004 to tally 30 homers and 100 RBI in a season. Last week, Bogaerts reached the 1,000-hit mark for his career.

Joining Bogaerts in the 50-double club is Rafael Devers. The third baseman slugged his 50th in Wednesday night's contest.

It's the first time in franchise history the Red Sox have had two players hit 50+ doubles.

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