it's hard to say. I think that Honus Wagner is probably at the top of that list but there are sure to be others that compete with him
Top three: Honus Wagner (last appearance 1917), 3415 career hits Cal Ripken, Jr. (last appearance 2001), 3184 career hits Robin Yount (last appearance 1993), 3142 career hits
In MLB, that is Pete Rose with 4256.
Slugger Barry Bonds holds the record for the most home runs in a career. In the course of his career, he blasted 762 out of the park.
Barry Bonds holds the record for career home runs with 762 and the mark for most homers in a season with 73.
He holds the major league records for most home runs in a career (762) and most home runs in a season (73).
Mickey Mantle holds the record for most World Series home runs with 18.
Ted Williams holds the record for most career home runs by a Boston Red Sox player with 521.
Dave Klingman holds the record for most home runs hit during a retirement season. He hit 35 home runs in his 1987 final season.
Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants hit a record 73 home runs during the 2001 season. He also holds the record for career home runs with 762.
He holds the world record for the most home runs in a single season.