We can get caught up with the Aaron Judge's, Kris Bryant's, and Mike Trout's of the world, but there are some players that you are missing out on. Aside from those superstars, there are players that you might not have thought of that are having fantastic seasons up to this point. Let us begin.

Starlin Castro: Yankees

Castro was once upon a time a consistent 200-hit type of player when he was with the Cubs. Castro hit .265 in his last year with the Cubs before he was traded to New York. His power came back last year after he hit 21 Home Runs, but Castro has returned to the form that netted him three All-Star appearances in four years.

Castro is batting .313 with 12 home runs and 45 runs batted in. His on base percentage and slugging percentage are at a career high. Needless to say, the former Cub fan favorite is turning into a Yankee fan favorite.

Justin Smoak: Blue Jays

Smoak has never had more than 55 RBIs in a season. Smoak already has 49 this season. Smoak has already hit his career high in home runs with 21 and there are still three months left. If the Blue Jays are out of contention, Smoak could become a trade target for some teams in need of hitting. The 30-year-old has two years left on his deal, including a team option for just six million.

Mark Reynolds: Rockies

The 33-year-old has never hit .300 in a season. Reynolds could accomplish that this year.

Reynolds has a .299 batting average, and is enjoying a potential career year at Coors Field. The last time Reynolds had 100 RBIs in a season was 2009. Reynolds has 60 as of now, and that could climb. This was a great season to have a career year, as Reynolds is a free agent after this season.

Jedd Gyorko: Cardinals

Gyorko has embraced his role as an everyday player.

The Padres thought they had a solid infielder when Gyorko finished sixth in Rookie of the Year voting in 2013 after hitting 23 home runs, but that fizzled the next season when his batting average dropped to .210. Now, Gyorko is looking to have a career season with the Cardinals as he is hitting .295 with 12 home runs and 39 RBIs.

His on-base percentage is at a reasonable .357, which is just outside of the top 50 in the majors.

Michael Conforto: Mets

Conforto is becoming one of the next young stars in the game. In his third season, Conforto is batting .285 with 14 home runs and 41 RBIs. The Mets need a big season from one of their younger outfielders, as Curtis Granderson and Jay Bruce could possibly be gone next year.