The most amount of home runs hit in a single inning is five.
In Major League Baseball, Barry Bonds has hit the most home runs.
Babe Ruth hit the most home runs for the Yankees with 659.
Barry Bonds has hit the most home runs at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
Barry Bonds hit the most home runs in a season with 73 in 2001.
Ernie Banks hit 512 home runs Sammy Sosa hit 609 home runs
Hank Aaron hit 755 lifetime home runs for the braves.
56, which is tied for the most home runs he hit in a season. He also hit 56 home runs in 1998.
In 2010, Albert Pujols hit the most home runs in the National League, with 42.
The most home runs Hank Aaron hit in one season was 47, in 1971.
In the world of professional baseball, the player that hit the most home runs was Sadaharu Oh of the Nippon Professional League in Japan who hit 868 home runs in his career that spanned 1959-1980. In Major League baseball, Barry Bonds hit the most home runs with 762.
Ty Cobb and Rusty Staub Gary Sheffield became the third player to accomplish this. He hit 4 home runs as a teenager and, through games played on June 3, 2009, 5 home runs as a 40 year old.