Carl Crawford led the American League in stolen bases in 2006 but was second in the Majors to Jose Ryes who led the National League with 64
As of 2009, Jacoby Ellsbury was the last Red Sox player to lead the American League in stolen bases. Ellsbury led the League in 2009 with 70, and in 2008 with 50.
Michael Bourn had the most stolen bases in the National League in 2009 with 61.
Michael Bourn led the National League in stolen bases in 2009 with 61.
Jacoby Ellsbury led the American League in stolen bases in 2009 with 70.
Scott Podsednik led the National League, and the Majors with 70 stolen bases in 2004.
Yes Ricky Henderson with 1,403 stolen bases
The All Time leader with the most Homeruns in their career is Barry Bonds and the player with the most stolen bases in their career is Rickey Henderson who had stolen 1,406 bases in his career, the player who has stolen the most bases in a single season is Hugh Nicol who had stolen 138 bases while he was with Cincinnati as part of the 1887 campaign and Rickey Henderson was the leader in stolen bases for the 1982 season while with the Oakland Athletics due to stealing a total of 130 bases.
As a member of the Montreal Expos, Ron LeFlore led the National League in stolen bases in 1980 with 97 and, as a member of the Detroit Tigers, led the American League in 1978 with 68.
The first player in franchise history to lead the AL in stolen bases was Mickey Rivers who stole 70 bases in 1975. The only other Angel to lead the AL in stolen bases was Chone Figgins in 2005 with 62.
career stolen bases is Rickey Henderson with1,406 stolen bases but most stolen bases in one season, is technically Hugh Nicol with 138 stolen base in one season. with the new stolen base rule implemented the individual with the most stolen bases in one season would be Rickey Henderson with 130 stolen bases. Rickey Henderson is the only Major league Baseball player to have stolen 100 bases in 3 consecutive season back to back. Posted by: David Geter
He set the major league record with 130 stolen bases in 1982.
Jacoby Ellsbury led the American League, and the Majors with 70 stolen bases in 2009.
That would be Rickey Henderson with 130 stolen bases in 1982. The record for most stolen bases in a single MLB season is held by Hugh Nicol of the Cincinnati Red Stockings of the American Association who stole 138 bases in 1887. As far as modern day baseball is concerned, Rickey Henderson has the most stolen bases in a single season and Lou Brock of the 1974 St. Louis Cardinals has the second most with 118.
Dom DiMaggio of the 1950 Boston Red Sox led the American League in stolen bases with 15.
By the end of the 2008 season, Jacoby Ellsbury finished first with 50 stolen bases. Ellsbury led the American League with 50 SBs. Willie Taveras of the Colorado Rockies led MLB in stolen bases in the 2008 season with 68.
2,681 bases were stolen in the National League in 1887. John Ward of the New York Giants was the individual leader with 111. The New York Giants led the league that year with 415. The Pittsburgh Alleghenys stole the fewest bases that season with 221. There were 513 games played in the National League that season meaning an average of 5.23 bases were stolen per game.
Rickey Henderson, 130 stolen bases in the 1982 season, playing for the Oakland A's
Joe Morgan. Through the 2008 season, Joe Morgan is 11th in career stolen bases with 689. His highest season's total was 67 in 1973 and 1975 and he finished second behind Lou Brock (70) in 1973 and Davey Lopes (77) in 1975. He finished second in the NL in stolen bases 7 seasons.
Willy Taveras led the National League in stolen bases with 68, and Jacoby Ellsbury led the American League with 50.
Juan Pierre of the Colorado Rockies and Jimmy Rollins of the Philadelphia Phillies tied for the NL lead in stolen bases with 46.
Rickey Hendreson stole 1406 bases in his career, the best in Major League Baseball
Andruw Jones had 152 career stolen bases during his major-league career (1996-2012). He was caught stealing 59 times.