Juan Pierre of the Colorado Rockies and Jimmy Rollins of the Philadelphia Phillies tied for the NL lead in stolen bases with 46.
The MLB record for stolen bases in a game is 7 by George Gore of the Chicago White Stockings in 1881 and Billy Hamilton of the Philadelphia Phillies in 1894.
1) Barry Larkin, Cincinnati Reds - 33 home runs and 36 stolen bases in 1999. 2) Jimmy Rollins, Philadelphia Phillies - 30 home runs and 41 stolen bases in 2007. 3) Hanley Ramirez, Florida Marlins - 33 home runs and 35 stolen bases in 2008.
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.
According to Baseball Almanac, Rickey Henderson is the all time leader in stolen bases with 1,406.
Phil Rizzuto has the most career stolen bases for the Yankees in the World Series with 10.
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Rickey Henderson is MLB's all time stolen base leader with 1406.
The record for the most stolen bases in one inning provided it's counting both the home team and the away team would be 8 stolen bases. Washington and Cleveland accomplished this in the 1st inning in 1915. Philadelphia and New York also accomplished the feat but it was in 1919 and it was in the 9th inning.
Derek Jeter was the stolen base leader for the Yankees in 2009 with 30 steals.
No ATLANTA Brave has ever ended the season as the stolen base leader. Bill Bruton of the BOSTON Braves did in 1955.
2,681 bases were stolen in the National League in 1887. John Ward of the New York Giants was the individual leader with 111. The New York Giants led the league that year with 415. The Pittsburgh Alleghenys stole the fewest bases that season with 221. There were 513 games played in the National League that season meaning an average of 5.23 bases were stolen per game.
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.
Source Baseball-Almanac Most stolen bases in same game: A.L. Eddie Collins playing for Philadelphia Athletics (6) ON 9-11-1912 & (6) on 9-22-1912. Carl Crawford of the Tampa Bay Rays tied the league record with 6 on May 3, 2009 vs. the Boston Red Sox. For the N.L. George Gore playing for the Chicago White Stockings (7) on 6-25-1881 & Billy Hamillton playing for Philadelphia Phillies (7) on 8-31-1894.
career stolen bases is Rickey Henderson with1,406 stolen bases but most stolen bases in one season, is technically Hugh Nicol with 138 stolen base in one season. with the new stolen base rule implemented the individual with the most stolen bases in one season would be Rickey Henderson with 130 stolen bases. Rickey Henderson is the only Major league Baseball player to have stolen 100 bases in 3 consecutive season back to back. Posted by: David Geter
The Yankee leader in stolen bases for the 2009 season was Derek Jeter with 30.
123 lifetime stolen bases
Babe Ruth is credited with 123 stolen bases in his career. His best seasons, for stolen bases, were 1921 and 1923 when he stole 17 bases each season.
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.
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.
The Philadelphia Phillies stole 19 bases against the Syracuse Stars on April 22nd 1890.
Jackie Robinson had 197 career stolen bases.
Roberto Clemente had 83 career stolen bases.