Derek Jeter is the Yankees all-time stolen base leader.
According to Baseball Almanac, Rickey Henderson is the all time leader in stolen bases with 1,406.
Rickey Henderson is MLB's all time stolen base leader with 1406.
The Twins all time stolen base leader is Chuck Knoblauch with 276. The franchise all time stolen base leader is Clyde Milan with 495. The Twins played in Washington as the Senators between 1901-1960 and Milan played with Washington between 1907-1922.
Derek Jeter was the stolen base leader for the Yankees in 2009 with 30 steals.
Through the 2009 season, that is Ichiro Suzuki with 341.
When it's defensive indifference
No ATLANTA Brave has ever ended the season as the stolen base leader. Bill Bruton of the BOSTON Braves did in 1955.
Rickey Henderson is MLB's all time stolen base leader with 1406. Lou Brock is second with 938.
Rickey Henderson, by far. He had 1,406 stolen bases. The next closest was Lou Brock with 938.
no, mitts are only allow on the field at first base and catchers positions.
Advancing on a passed ball does not count as a stolen base unless runner was already in the act of stealing the base, in that case it is a stolen base.
No, a stolen base only occurs when a batter attempts to take a base during a pitch.
If the catcher misses a ball pitch and it goes behind him and while he's getting it you run to the next base that is a stolen base.
yes, the base runner stealing does get credit for the stolen base.
Stolen BaseIn baseball, the acronym/abbreviation SB stands for "Stolen Base."
No. Reaching base via catcher's interference does not result in an official plate appearance nor a time on base when calculating on base percentage.
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.
On May 28, 2011, Derek Jeter stole his 327th base, becoming the Yankees all-time leader.