According to Baseball Almanac, Rickey Henderson is the all time leader in stolen bases with 1,406.
Derek Jeter is the Yankees all-time stolen base leader.
Stolen BaseIn baseball, the acronym/abbreviation SB stands for "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.
Rickey Henderson is MLB's all time stolen base leader with 1406.
Stealing is the same thing as a stolen base in baseball/softball. It is when there is a person on 1st, 2nd, or 3rd and they run to the next base while the pitcher is in the middle of their pitch. If the runner advances to the next base without being thrown out by the catcher, then they have stolen that base.
SB means Stolen Base, in a scorebook.
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.
if your on a base and the ball leaves the pitchers hands you can run to the next base. that's called stealing the base
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.
National Association of Professional Base Ball Players ended in 1875.