Baseball Reference Magic: The 10-20-30-40

Pure awesomeness from Baseball Reference on Twitter tonight.Mike Trout, with one more double and triple, will become only the 11th player in baseball history to put together the rare 10-20-30-40 combination. He would actually be the first ever to do it the Trout way:10 triples20 homers30 stolen bases40 doubles.Here are the other combinations:* * *10 homers, 20 triples, 30 doubles, 40 stolen bases:(Doubles and stolen bases are interchangeable on this list)Home Run Baker in 1912. He hit 10 homers, 21 triples, 40 doubles and stole 41 bases.Kiki Cuyler in 1925. He hit 19 homers, 26 triples, 43 doubles and stole 41 bases. * * *10 homers, 20 triples, 30 doubles, 40 stolen bases:Jack Stenzel, 1884: He hit 13 homers, 20 triples, 39 doubles, 61 steals.Harry Stovey, 1891: He hit 16 homers, 21 triples, 31 doubles, 57 steals.* * *10 triples, 20 stolen bases, 30 homers, 40 doubles:Nomar Garciaparra, 1997: He hit 11 triples, stole 22 bases, hit 30 homers and 44 doubles.Chuck Klein, 1932. He hit 15 triples, stole 20 bases, hit 38 homers and 50 doubles.* * *10 triples, 20 homers, 30 doubles, 40 stolen bases:Jimmy Rollins, 2006: He hit 20 triples, 30 homers, 38 doubles and stole 41 bases.Bobby Bonds, 1970: He hit 10 triples, 26 homers, 36 doubles and stole 48 bases.Lou Brock in 1967: He hit 12 triples, 21 homers, 32 doubles and stole 52 bases.* * *10 stolen bases, 20 triples, 30 homers, 40 doubles:Jim Bottomley in 1928 stole 10 bases, hit 20 triples, 31 homers, 42 doubles.Now Follow Baseball Reference. Baseball Reference said figuring this was a PITA -- and I believe him because I was trying to beat him to the finish line. Whew. But what fun.