The single-season record-holder for most home runs in a year is Barry Bonds. He hit 73 home runs in 2001.
He hit 52 home runs during the 1965 season, his second MVP year.
Dave Klingman holds the record for most home runs hit during a retirement season. He hit 35 home runs in his 1987 final season.
The most home runs Hank Aaron hit in one season was 47, in 1971.
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In both 1965 and 1969, Rose hit 16 home runs -- the most for one year of his MLB career.
The most home runs by a pitcher is Wes Ferrell, with 38 home runs!
David Ortiz set the single-season record for most home runs by a Boston Red Sox player in 2006. He hit 54 home runs that year, which was the most in the American League.
Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants hit 73 home runs during the 2001 season.
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Barry Bonds holds the record for most postseason home runs in a single season with 8, set in 2002.
Babe Ruth had th most home runs
Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants hit a record 73 home runs during the 2001 season.
As of 2009 Barry Bonds has the most career home runs with 762. Ken Griffey Jr. has the most career home runs of active players with 630 home runs.
The most home runs in a twenty five year period was from 1900-1925 , this was due to the talent that was being utilized after baseball had become popular.
Barry Bonds has the most career home runs with 762.
Going into the final week of the 2008 season, the team with the most home runs is the Chicago White Sox with 223. The Philadelphia Phillies are second with 207.
Ralph Kiner and Johnny Mize both hit 51 home runs that year. Amazing to consider that the previous year's HR champ in the NL was also Kiner -- with 23 home runs!
Babe Ruth with 714 home runs