700 Home Run Club(3)

Hank Aaron  755

Babe Ruth  714

Barry Bonds 703

600 Home Run Club (1)

Willie Mays  660

500 Home Run Club (16)

Frank Robinson  586

Mark McGwire  583

Sammy Sosa 574

Harmon Killebrew  573

Reggie Jackson  563

Rafael Palmeiro 551

Mike Schmidt  548

Mickey Mantle  536

Jimmie Foxx  534

Willie McCovey  521

Ted Williams  521

Ernie Banks  512

Eddie Mathews  512

Mel Ott  511

Eddie Murray  504

Ken Griffey Jr. 501

400 Home Run Club (18)

Lou Gehrig  493

Fred McGriff 493

Stan Musial  475

Willie Stargell  475

Dave Winfield  465

Jose Canseco  462

Carl Yastrzemski  452

Jeff Bagwell 446

Dave Kingman  442

Andre Dawson  438

Frank Thomas 436

Juan Gonzalez 434

Cal Ripken Jr.  431

Billy Williams  426

Jim Thome 423

Gary Sheffield 415

Darrell Evans  414

Duke Snider  407

Outside Looking In Club

Andres Galarraga 399

Al Kaline  399

Dale Murphy  398

Joe Carter  396

 

50 Home Run Club (36)

Albert Belle Cleveland Indians 50 1995

Alex Rodriguez Texas Rangers 57 2002

Alex Rodriguez Texas Rangers 52 2001

Babe Ruth New York Yankees 60 1927

Babe Ruth New York Yankees 59 1921

Babe Ruth New York Yankees 54 1920

Babe Ruth New York Yankees 54 1928

Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants 73 2001

Brady Anderson Baltimore Orioles 50 1996

Cecil Fielder Detroit Tigers 51 1990

George Foster Cinncinati Reds 52 1977

Greg Vaughn Cinncinati Reds 50 1998

Hack Wilson Chicago Cubs 56 1930

Hank Greenberg Detroit Tigers 58 1938

Jim Thome Cleveland Indians 52 2002

Jimmie Foxx Philadelphia Athletics 58 1932

Jimmie Foxx Boston Red Sox 50 1938

Johnny Mize New York Giants 51 1947

Ken Griffey Jr. Seattle Mariners 56 1997

Ken Griffey Jr. Seattle Mariners 56 1998

Luis Gonzalez Arizona D'backs 57 2001

Mark McGwire St. Louis Cardinals 70 1998

Mark McGwire St. Louis Cardinals 65 1999

Mark McGwire Cardinals/Athletics 58 1997

Mark McGwire Oakland Athletics 52 1996

Mickey Mantle New York Yankees 54 1961

Mickey Mantle New York Yankees 52 1956

Ralph Kiner Pittsburgh Pirates 54 1949

Ralph Kiner Pittsburgh Pirates 51 1947

Roger Maris New York Yankees 61 1961

Sammy Sosa Chicago Cubs 66 1998

Sammy Sosa Chicago Cubs 64 2001

Sammy Sosa Chicago Cubs 63 1999

Sammy Sosa Chicago Cubs 50 2000

Willie Mays San Francisco Giants 52 1965

Willie Mays New York Giants 51 1955

 

 

49 Home Run Club

Lou Gerhig, New York Yankees, 1934

Lou Gerhig, New York Yankees, 1936

Shawn Green, Los Angeles Dodger, 2001

Ken Griffey, Jr., Seattle Mariners, 1996

Todd Helton, Colorado Rockies, 2001

Harmon Killebrew, Minnesota Twins, 1964

Harmon Killebrew, Minnesota Twins, 1969

Ted Kluszewski, Cinncinati Reds, 1954

Willie Mays, San Francisco Giants, 1962

Mark McGwire, Oakland Athletics, 1987

Frank Robinson, Baltimore Orioles, 1966

Babe Ruth, New York Yankees, 1930

Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs, 2002

Jim Thome, Cleveland Indians, 2001

Andre Dawson, Chicago Cubs, 1987

Larry Walker, Colorado Rockies, 1997

Albert Belle, Cleveland Indians, 1998

Barry Bonds, San Francisco Giants, 2000

 

50 Doubles and 50 HRs

Albert Belle, Cleveland Indians, 1995 50 HRs and 52 Doubles

 

Fewest Second Most Home Runs Hit in a Season for a Member of the 50 Home Run Club

Brady Anderson, Baltimore Orioles 50 in 1996, 24 in 1999

Hack Wilson, Chicago Cubs 56 in 1930, 39 in 1929

 

30 Home Runs plus 30 Ground into Double Plays

 

Ivan Rodriguez, Texas Rangers, 1999 35HRs and 31 GDPs

Jim Rice*, Boston Red Sox, 1983 39 HRs and 31 GDPs

Tony Armas, Boston Red Sox, 1983 36 HRs and 31 GDPs

Dave Winfield, New York Yankees, 1983 32 HRs and 30 GDPs

 

*In 1985, Rice missed 22 games, and finished with 27 HRs and 35 GDPs

 

Players to Lead the League in RBIs Three Years in a Row

Babe Ruth, New York Yankees 1919, 1920, 1921

Ty Cobb, Detroit Tigers 1907, 1908, 1909

Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis Cardinals - 1920, 1921, 1922

George Foster, Cincinnati Reds 1976, 1977, 1978

Cecil Fielder, Detroit Tigers 1990, 1991, 1992

Joe Medwick, St. Louis Cardinals 1936, 1937, 1938

 

30 Home Runs plus 30 Strike Outs

 

Joe DiMaggio, New York Yankees, 1937 46 HRs and 37 K

Joe DiMaggio, New York Yankees, 1940 31 HRs and 30 K

Joe DiMaggio, New York Yankees, 1948 39 HRs and 30 K

Joe DiMaggio, New York Yankees, 1950 32 HRs and 33 K

Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox, 1941 37 HRs and 27 K

Yogi Berra, New York Yankees, 1952 30 HRs and 24 K

Yogi Berra, New York Yankees, 1956 30 HRs and 29 K

Ken Williams, St. Louis Browns, 1922 39 HRs and 31 K

Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis Cardinals, 1935 39 HRs and 39 K

Lou Gerhig, New York Yankees, 1932 34 HRs and 38 K

Lou Gerhig, New York Yankees, 1934 49 HRs and 31 K

Lou Gerhig, New York Yankees, 1935 30 HRs and 38 K

Mel Ott, New York Giants, 1929 42 HRs and 38 K

Mel Ott, New York Giants, 1932 38 HRs and 39 K

Don Mattingly, New York Yankees, 1986 31 HRs and 35 K

Don Mattingly, New York Yankees, 1987 30 HRs and 38 K