Bobby and Barry Bonds. Together they have combined for 1,094 career home runs, with Barry holding the all time record for career home runs with 762 and Bobby having 332 career homers. 2nd on that list is Ken Griffey, Sr. and Ken Griffey, Jr., combining for 782 home runs in their careers. Cecil and Prince Fielder have 588 combined homers, as of 5/7/2013, but that number will climb as Prince is still active. Ken Griffey, Sr. and Ken Griffey, Jr. are the only father-son duo to homer in the same game, when they hit back-to-back home runs for Seattle on 9/14/1990 at Angel Stadium.
1) 302 total wins by Mel Stottlemyre (164 wins from 1964-1974 for the Yankees) and son Todd (138 wins from 1988-2002 for the Blue Jays, Athletics, Cardinals, Rangers, and Diamondbacks).
2) 258 total wins by Dizzy Trout (170 wins from 1939-1952 for the Tigers and Red Sox) and son Steve (88 wins from 1978-1989 for the White Sox, Cubs, Mets, and Mariners).
3) 224 total wins by Jim Bagby (127 wins from 1912, 1916-1923 for the Reds, Indians, and Pirates) and son Jim Jr. (97 wins from 1938-1947 for the Red Sox, Indians, and Pirates).
Ken Griffey Sr. and Ken Griffey Jr for the Seattle Mariners against the California Angels on September 14, 1990. They hit back-to-back home runs off of Kirk McCaskill in the first inning.
Bobby (1170) and Brett (1391) Hull
Major league baseball players
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Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association was created in 1982.
There are 25 players on a major league roster
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None of the players that played in the '95 Major League Baseball World Series regardless of being from the National League Champion; Atlanta Braves or the Cleveland Indians are currently playing with any of the Major League Baseball teams in 2014.
No there has never been a female Major League player.
Yes, players on an MLB active roster must get at least the Major League minimum salary, whether or not they play.