As of the end of the 2007 season, Rickey Henderson is MLB's all time stolen base leader with 1406. The record for most stolen bases in a single MLB season is held by Hugh Nicol of the Cincinnati Red Stockings of the American Association who stole 138 bases in 1887. The modern day record is held by Rickey Henderson with 130 stolen bases in 1982.
SEASON Stolen bases 130 (1982) CAREER Stolen bases 1306
Rickey Henderson with 130 stolen bases in 1982.
As of the 2008 season, the Mets single season stolen base record is held by Jose Reyes who stole 78 bases in 2007.
Rickey Henderson holds the record for most career stolen bases with 1,406.
Lou Brock broke Maury Wills' single season stolen base record in 1974 with 118 steals.
As of 2009, Rickey Henderson holds the record for most career stolen bases with 1,406.
Hugh Nicol holds the record for most stolen bases in a single season with 138 in 1887. Rickey Henderson holds the modern day record with 130 in 1982
Rickey Henderson, who was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2009, holds the major league record for career steals with 1,406. He also holds the record for most stolen bases in a season with 130 in 1982.
Rickey Henderson with 130 steals.
Henderson broke the record held by Lou Brock, who stole 118 bases in 1974
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.
That would be Rickey Henderson with 130 stolen bases in 1982. The record for most stolen bases in a single MLB season is held by Hugh Nicol of the Cincinnati Red Stockings of the American Association who stole 138 bases in 1887. As far as modern day baseball is concerned, Rickey Henderson has the most stolen bases in a single season and Lou Brock of the 1974 St. Louis Cardinals has the second most with 118.
The Yankees single season record is held by Rickey Henderson, who stole 93 bases in 1988.
That record is held by Vince Coleman of the St. Louis Cardinals who stole 110 bases in his rookie year of 1985.
On May 1, 1991, Rickey Henderson, then with the Oakland A's, broke Lou Brock's career stolen base record of 938. Henderson went on to steal a major-league record 1,406 bases lifetime.
Through the 2015 regular season, the Los Angeles Dodgers' outfielder has 480 career stolen bases.
No. Maury Wills of the Los Angeles Dodgers broke Ty Cobb's single season stolen base record in 1962.
Maury Wills in 1962 stole 104 bases. ---- The MLB record is 130 by Rickey Henderson of the Oakland Athletics in 1982.
Jackie Robinson holds the career record for field percentage by a second baseman, .992 (minimum of 150 games). He shares the single-season record for most double plays by a second baseman, 137 in 1951. He led the National League in stolen bases and in double plays by a second baseman on several occasions.
Season: Kenny Lofton with 75 in 1996. Career: Kenny Lofton with 452 between 1992-2001 and 2007.
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.