Is this supposed to be some sort of multiple-choice question? There are lots of players who've never hit 50 home runs in a season. My guess would be Hank Aaron who hit 755 career home runs but never more than 47 in a season.
A 20-20 player is a player that hits 20 home runs in a season and also steals 20 bases in that season
Barry Bonds set the single season home run record with 73 home runs in 2001.
well if the pattern continues think the player should have 54 homeruns for the entire season
Sal Sciara 5'3.5"
Barry Bonds 2001 he hit 73
Jose Canseco in 1988.
Johnny Mize of the New York Giants had 51 home runs and 42 strikeouts in the 1947 season.
Barry Bonds is the official MLB record holder for most home runs in both a season (73) and in a career (762).
That was Hall of Famer Hack Wilson who, at 5'6", hit 56 home runs for the 1930 Chicago Cubs.
'40-40 player' is a term used for someone that hits 40 (or more) doubles and 40 (or more) home runs in the same season.
Babe Ruth of the New York Yankees in 1927.
It was Hank Aaron.
Through the 2008 season, for a player that played his entire career in the National League that would be Stan Musial of the St. Louis Cardinals who had 475 career home runs but never led the National League in home runs for a season. His highest season ranking was a 2nd place in 1949 when he hit 36 home runs. Ralph Kiner of the Pirates led the NL that season with 54.
73, by Barry Bonds in the 2001 season
Barry Bonds is the official MLB record-holder for most home runs in both a season (73) and in a career (762).