Tampa Bay Rays make history ..... or not
UPDATE, 3:57: Actually, the Rays just did more research and determined that they were not the first team to get to the 100-100 mark before the break, but the fifth team, most recently before them the 2003 Marlins. They are the quickest team to get there, in their 77th game.
With CF B.J. Upton's third-inning blast, the Tampa Bay Rays became the first team in major-league history to total 100 stolen bases and 100 home runs before the All-Star break. The Rays came into the game with 116 steals and 99 homers.