Dom DiMaggio of the 1950 Boston Red Sox led the American League in stolen bases with 15.
The MLB record for stolen bases in a game is 7 by George Gore of the Chicago White Stockings in 1881 and Billy Hamilton of the Philadelphia Phillies in 1894.
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All time base stealer for the Red Sox was Harry Hooper with 300. Single season stolen base record (to be broken this year by Jacoby Ellsbury) was Tommy Harper with 54 in 1973.
Rickey Henderson holds the record for most career stolen bases with 1,406.
Jacoby Ellsbury led the American League in stolen bases in 2009 with 70.
Michael Bourn led the National League in stolen bases in 2009 with 61.
Michael Bourn had the most stolen bases in the National League in 2009 with 61.
Scott Podsednik led the National League, and the Majors with 70 stolen bases in 2004.
Rickey Henderson had 130 stolen bases in 1982 In the really dead ball era of baseball, Hugh Nicol of the Cincinnati Red Stockings in the American Association, then considered a major league, stole 138 bases in 1887.
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.