40 Major League players have hit 400 or more home runs. Hank Aaron--755 Babe Ruth--714-- Barry Bonds--708 Willie Mays--660 Sammy Sosa--588 Frank Robinson--586 Mark McGwire--583 Harmon Killebrew--573 Rafael Palmeiro--569 Reggie Jackson--563 Mike Schmidt--548 Ken Griffy Jr.--536 Mickey Mantle--536 Jimmie Foxx--534 Willie McCovey--521 Ted Williams--521 Ernie Banks--512 Eddie Mathews--512 Mel Ott--511 Eddie Murray--504 Lou Gehrig--493 Fred McGriff--493 Stan Musial--475 Willie Stargell--475 Dave Winfield--465 Jose Canseco--462 Carl Yastrzemski--452 Jeff Bagwell--449 Gary Scheffield--449 Frank Thomas--448 Dave Kingman--442 Andre Dawson--438 Manny Ramirez--435 Juan Gonzalez--434 Cal Ripken Jr.--431 Jim Thome--430 Alex Rodriguez--429 Billy Williams--426 Darrell Evans--414 Duke Snider--407
Yes Ricky Henderson with 1,403 stolen bases
Scott Podsednik led the National League, and the Majors with 70 stolen bases in 2004.
One is Alfonso Soriano (LF for Cubs)
Rickey Hendreson stole 1406 bases in his career, the best in Major League Baseball
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.
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.
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.
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
Through games played on May 31, 2011, 4 ... 1) Derek Jeter of the Yankees with 2983 hits and 328 stolen bases. 2) Omar Vizquel of the White Sox with 2819 hits and 401 stolen bases. 3) Alex Rodriguez of the Yankees with 2726 hits and 304 stolen bases. 4) Johnny Damon of the Rays with 2626 hits and 391 stolen bases.
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Willie Mays and Derek Jeter were the only players in Major League Baseball history to achieve those statistics during their careers.
1) Rickey Henderson - 3055 hits and 1406 stolen bases. 2) Lou Brock - 3023 hits and 938 stolen bases. 3) Ty Cobb - 4189 hits and 897 stolen bases. 4) Eddie Collins - 3315 hits and 741 stolen bases. 5) Honus Wagner - 3420 hits and 723 stolen bases. 6) Paul Molitor - 3319 hits and 504 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.
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.
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
There are 4 bases in Major League Baseball.
Dom DiMaggio of the 1950 Boston Red Sox led the American League in stolen bases with 15.
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.
Only one -- Barry Bonds. Willie Mays COULD have achieved the feat -- he led the league in steals four straight years -- but stealing bases was not a major offensive weapon during his years in baseball.
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.