Barry Bonds is Baseball's all time home run leader with 762 career home runs.
Barry Bonds holds the major league records for most home runs in a career (762) and most home runs in a season (73).
In the entire world of baseball, the all time career home run leader is Japanese legend Sadaharu Oh, who hit 868 home runs in a career that spanned 1959-1980. Oh also had a lifetime batting average of .301, 2,786 career base hits and 2,170 career RBIs. In the United States, the career home run leader is Barry Bonds who has hit 762 home runs through the 2007 season.
Barry Bonds with 762 career home runs.
Manny Ramirez holds the record for most career postseason home runs with 29.
Hank Aaron hit 755 career home runs.
Bobby Bonds hit 332 career home runs from 1968 to 1981. Barry Bonds is the all-time career home run leader with 762 from 1986 to 2007.
Barry Bonds is the MLB all-time leader in home runs with 762.
Babe Ruth retired in 1935 with 714 career Home Runs, Lou Gehrig was second in career home runs with 338, Jimmy Foxx third with 302, and Roger Hornsby with 300 in fourth place to complete the 300 Home Run Club. In 1921 Babe Ruth passed the career home run leader, Roger Connor who had 138 home runs. The Babe finished the season with 168 career home runs.
No player in Major League baseball has ever hit 900 home runs. The all time leader in career home runs is Barry Bonds with 762.
Barry Bonds is the all-time home run leader with 762.
In baseball played around the world, the all time leader in home runs in Saduharu Oh of the Japanese major leagues who hit 868 home runs in a career that spanned 1959-1980. In the American MLB, the foreign born leader in home runs is Sammy Sosa who, as of the end of the 2007 season, has 609 home runs. Sosa was born in the Dominican Republic.
As of 2009, Barry Bonds is the all time career home run leader with 762 home runs. He started his career, and played 7 seasons with the Pttsburgh Pirates, from 1986 -1992, and finished his career playing 15 seasons with the San Fransisco Giants from 1993 - 2007.
319 Home runs in his career and 3 home runs in the post season
Career statistic: Home runs - 536
Barry Bonds has the most career home runs with 762.
Babe Ruth hit 29 home runs for Boston in 1919 to lead the Majors.
Barry Bonds ... 762 career home runs and 514 career stolen bases.
Mickey Mantle hit 536 career home runs.
Roberto Clemente had 240 career home runs.
As of 2009 Ryan Howard has 222 career home runs.
Babe Ruth had 714 career home runs.
Rafael Palmeiro with 569 career home runs.
As of 2009 Barry Bonds has the most career home runs with 762. Ken Griffey Jr. has the most career home runs of active players with 630 home runs.
Babe Ruth hit 29 home runs in 1919 for the Red Sox