Barry Bonds set the single season home run record with 73 home runs in 2001.
Lou Gehrig holds the American League single season record for RBIs with 184 in 1931.
Rickey Henderson with 130 steals.
In Major League Baseball, it is Barry Bonds with 73.
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Career and Single Season RBI LeadersHank Wilson of the Chicago Cubs holds the major League record for RBIs in a single season with 191 hit in 1930. New York Yankees, Lou Gehrig holds the American League record for RBIs in a single season with 184 in 1931. Hank Aaron holds the Major League record for career RBIs with 2,297 and the National League record with 2,202. Babe Ruth is second in career RBIs with 2,218, and hold the American League career RBI record with 2,201.
Colorado Rockies 1993 home opener, 80,227 for a regular season game.
If you're talking about the Modern Era (1900 to present) then it would be Roger Maris.
73 home runs. Barry Bonds hit them in 2001.
Hack Wilson holds both the National League and the Major League records for RBIs in a single season. He drove in 191 for the Chicago Cubs in 1930.
Lou Gehrig of the New York Yankees holds American League record for RBIs in a single season with 184 in 1931.
That record is held by Vince Coleman of the St. Louis Cardinals who stole 110 bases in his rookie year of 1985.
Hack Wilson holds the MLB single season RBI record with 191 in 1930 when he played with the Chiacgo Cubs.
That is Lou Gehrig with 184 RBIs in the 1931 season.
The MLB rookie record for RBIs is 145 set by Hall of Famer Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox in 1939.
1906 Chicago Cubs and 2001 Seattle Mariners each won 116 games in the regular season.
No. Major League Baseball would be opening a can of worms if it tried to decide which home run records are valid or invalid.
Mariners outfielder Ichiro Suzuki set the record during the 2004 season.
Sadaharu Oh, who played in Japan, has 868 home runs, the most home runs in a career in professional baseball history. He also holds the single season record in Japan with 55. Barry Bonds holds the major league baseball career record with 762 home runs. He also holds the single season record in MLB with 73.
Reggie Jackson holds the record for the most strikeouts in a single career in Major League Baseball, in his career he struck out 2,597 times.
1982 Wichita State Shockers were 73-14 and established an NCAA record for single-season wins
The single season record for most games lost by a Major League team is 134 games by the 1899 Cleveland Spiders. They only won 20 games in the 154 game regular season. The modern day record was set by the 2003 Detroit Tigers when they lost 119 games. They finished with a 43-119 record in a 162 game season. They had a 23-58 home record, and went 20-61 on the road.
The 1997 Seattle Mariners hold the MLB single season record for home runs with 264.