Ricky Henderson has the most steals in baseball.
A 20-20 player is a player that hits 20 home runs in a season and also steals 20 bases in that season
Rickey Henderson with 130 steals.
Jacoby Ellsbury who had over 30 homers and steals and over 100 rbis
a batter that gets 30 homeruns and 30 steals, same for the 40-40 club, Alex Rodriguez and Vladimir Guerrero are two players that have gotten 30 homers and steals, just to name a couple
Ty Cobb with 54 career steals of home
The newly acquired Shawn Marion currently has 1,341 steals for his career. As of March 4th, 2009, only 9 of those steals are for the Raptors. The most steals a single player has committed for the Toronto Raptors is 734 by Doug Christie.
a robber duck is the awnser to math page 153 A duck that steals is called a Robber or Rubber ducky. Get it. This is an example of a pun(robber - rubber).
thief or poacher
steal of home
The current record for most steals in one NBA season is held by Alvin Robertson of the San Antonio Spurs who had 301 steals in the 1985-86 basketball season. Others have gotten close to this achievement, but Alvin still holds the record.
Shakespeare's Othello but it is Misquoted.
A person who hunts and steals game from a wildlife sanctuary could be called a poacher. A poacher is someone who illegally hunts.
Mike Cameron is one of them
When a player hits double digits in two out of five categories during a game, this is called a double-double. If he hits double digits in three out of five categories is it called a triple-double. The categories are points, assists, rebounds, blocked shots, and steals.
When a player has double digits in a statistical category (points, rebounds, steals, assists, or blocks).
TK is the amount of takeaways by a player. Takeaways are pretty much the hockey equivalent to steals in basketball.
It is called plagerism.
Lou Brock stole 938 bases in his 19 year career. He played for the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals. He led the league eight times in stolen bases and had 118 steals in 1974 for the Cardinals. The only other player who has more steals than him is Rickey Henderson with 1406.
When he retired, Ty Cobb held many MLB records -- including most games, at-bats, hits, and steals in a career; as well as most steals in a season. Most of these have been broken, but his career batting average -- .366 -- will likely hold forever.