As of the 2008 season, the single season record for home runs by a second baseman is 42 and held by Rogers Hornsby of the St. Louis Cardinals (1922) and Dave Johnson of the Atlanta Braves (1973).
That would be 250 by Rogers Hornsby of the 1922 St. Louis Cardinals. His batting average that season was .401.
Dan Uggla of the 2006 Florida Marlins with 90 RBIs.
Jackie Robinson holds the career record for field percentage by a second baseman, .992 (minimum of 150 games). He shares the single-season record for most double plays by a second baseman, 137 in 1951. He led the National League in stolen bases and in double plays by a second baseman on several occasions.
A 'seeing eye dog' in baseball is a slowly hit ball that is hit perfectly - that makes it between the shortstop and the third baseman or the second baseman and the first baseman for a single. A ball hit with the same speed directly at a fielder is a routine out.
Mark DeRosa became the Cubs second baseman in 2007. The Cubs didn't really have a single starting second baseman in the 2006 season. Neifi Perez started 53 games, Tony Womack started 12 games, Jerry Hairston Jr. started 18 games, Ryan Theriot started 30 games, and Todd Walker started 41 games.
The Atlanta Braves' Single A team is the Rome Braves in Rome, GA
Javy Lopez of the Atlanta Braves with 42 in 2003.
Through the 2010 season, 40 by Neftali Feliz of the 2010 Texas Rangers. Through 125 games of the 2011 season, Craig Kimbrel of the Atlanta Braves has 37 saves and, barring injury or complete collapse by the Braves, should break the record.
Bobby cox manager of the Atlanta Braves. He has 141 career ejections.