Barry Bonds ... 762 career home runs and 514 career stolen bases.
604 career homeruns an 301 career 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.
Jose Canseco in 1988.
1) Barry Larkin, Cincinnati Reds - 33 home runs and 36 stolen bases in 1999. 2) Jimmy Rollins, Philadelphia Phillies - 30 home runs and 41 stolen bases in 2007. 3) Hanley Ramirez, Florida Marlins - 33 home runs and 35 stolen bases in 2008.
Alfonso Soriano for the Washington Nationals in 2006 ... 46 home runs and 41 stolen bases.
Jim Piersall. He ran the bases running backwards after hitting the 100th home run of his career in 1963 while playing for the New York Mets.
Ty Cobb with 54 career steals of home
Willie Mays stole 338 bases during his career. He is one of only three major league players -- Barry Bonds and Alex Rodriguez are the others -- to hit more than 600 home runs and steal more than 300 bases.
In 2001, Barry Bonds stole 13 bases.
12 home runs, 48 RBI and a league-leading 29 stolen bases
Jose Canseco of the 1988 Oakland Athletics with 42 home runs and 40 stolen bases.
Barry Larkin. Larkin, of the Cincinnati Reds, had 33 home runs and 36 stolen bases in 1996.
== == No, post-season home runs don't count in a player's career totals. No post-season stats count towards career totals. They go in a separate category, usually entitled "Postseason Career."
The record for the most stolen bases in one inning provided it's counting both the home team and the away team would be 8 stolen bases. Washington and Cleveland accomplished this in the 1st inning in 1915. Philadelphia and New York also accomplished the feat but it was in 1919 and it was in the 9th inning.
Barry Bonds of course.
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Ricky Henderson is the name of a pro baseball player whi is now retired. During his career, Henderson stole a total of 1,046 bases. His batting average was .279 and he had 297 home runs.
Babe Ruth was the first player to reach 200 career home runs. The Babe hit home run number 200 on May 12, 1923.
Absolutely NOT. He is an excellent baseball player. He makes amazing catches in the outfield and is an amazing lead off hitter. He is the first player in franchise history to hit the 30-30 mark for home runs and stolen bases in one season. He has set multiple records for stolen bases. He recently won the comeback player of the year after breaking his ribs last season, and he also came in second place for the MVP player of the year. He is clearly an amazing baseball player and a perfect match for the Red Sox.
In MLB, that was Hank Aaron who hit 733 career home runs for the Braves.
Jack Roosevelt Robinson Career Statistics: Batting Average: .311 Stolen Bases: 197 Strikeouts: 291 RBI: 734 Runs: 934 Hits: 1518 Walks: 740 Errors: 117 Home Runs: 137 Games Played: 1382 At Bats: 4877
Over his career with the Kansas City Monarchs, Robinson played 47 games while at short stop. His average was .387, and he had a registered 5 home runs and 13 stolen bases.
Ozzie Smith had 8 home-runs in his career. He is a baseball player.