In 2004, Adam Dunn set the major league record for strikeouts by a batter in a single season with 195 (he is also second with 194 which he had last season).
Ryan Howard has played in 104 of 124 games this year.
He has a total of 149 strikeouts in those 106 games or roughly 1.4 strikeout's a game.
Assuming he plays in their remaining 38 and maintains his current strikeout rate he would eclipse Dunn with the first 200 strikeout season in the history of the game with 202.
To put this in perspective, In Dunn's 195 and 194 strikeout seaons he had a K rate of 1.2 for 161 total games in 2004 and in 160 games in 2006. Howard is on pace to break the record by 7 playing in 17 less games.
The Phillies need to trade Ryan Howard.
Obviously, my post is toungue in cheek.