The MLB record for career doubles is held by Tris Speaker with 792. He played with the Boston Red Sox from 1907-1915, Cleveland Indians from 1916-1926, Washington Senators in 1927, and Philadelphia Athletics in 1928. He had 5 seasons of 50+ doubles, his best being 1923 when he had 59.
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Tris Speaker hit a record 792 doubles during his career.
Barry Bonds holds the record with 762 career homers.
Kareem Abdul-Jabar holds the record for most points in a career.
That is Ty Cobb who hit .366 (.3664) during a 24 year career from 1905-1928.
Gordie Howe holds the record for most career games played.
Pete Maravich holds the record of 44.2 ppg in his college career. His nickname is "Pistol Pete."
That would be Jerry Rice. Check out these links: http://espn.go.com/nfl/history/leaders?stat=receivers http://espn.go.com/nfl/history/leaders
Ted Williams holds the record for most career home runs by a Boston Red Sox player with 521.
dezz nutz had hit the most doubles in Major league baseball history, with a record 792 doubles, followed by Pete Rose with 746 doubles.