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Vince Coleman of the St. Louis Cardinals stole more than 100 bases for three consecutive seasons (1985, 1986, 1987). In 1985, his rookie year, Coleman recorded 110 stolen bases. He stole 107 and 109 bases in 1986 and 1987, respectively.

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Bill Heath played in 9 games at catcher for the Chicago Cubs in 1969, starting in 7 of them. He played for a total of 182 outs, equivalent to 6.74 9-inning games. He made 44 putouts, had 3 assists, and committed one error, equivalent to .148 errors per 9-inning game. He had one double play. He had 1 passed ball, 0 wild pitches, 3 opponent stolen bases, and 3 opponent caught stealings.

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.

Creighton Gubanich played in 14 games at catcher for the Boston Red Sox in 1999, starting in 10 of them. He played for a total of 248 outs, equivalent to 9.19 9-inning games. He made 39 putouts, had 8 assists, and committed one error, equivalent to .109 errors per 9-inning game. He had one double play. He had 3 passed balls, 3 wild pitches, 8 opponent stolen bases, and 3 opponent caught stealings.

Rob Natal played in 13 games at catcher for the Florida Marlins in 1995, starting in 10 of them. He played for a total of 286 outs, equivalent to 10.59 9-inning games. He made 80 putouts, had 3 assists, and committed one error, equivalent to .094 errors per 9-inning game. He had one double play. He had 0 passed balls, 1 wild pitch, 5 opponent stolen bases, and 3 opponent caught stealings.

Luke Montz played in 8 games at catcher for the Washington Nationals in 2008, starting in 6 of them. He played for a total of 168 outs, equivalent to 6.22 9-inning games. He made 44 putouts, had 4 assists, and committed one error, equivalent to .161 errors per 9-inning game. He had one double play. He had 1 passed ball, 3 wild pitches, 6 opponent stolen bases, and 3 opponent caught stealings.

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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

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.

Kelly Stinnett played in 25 games at catcher for the Milwaukee Brewers in 1997, starting in 9 of them. He played for a total of 294 outs, equivalent to 10.89 9-inning games. He made 81 putouts, had 5 assists, and committed one error, equivalent to .092 errors per 9-inning game. He had one double play. He had 0 passed balls, 3 wild pitches, 3 opponent stolen bases, and 3 opponent caught stealings.

Hank Izquierdo played in 16 games at catcher for the Minnesota Twins in 1967, starting in 9 of them. He played for a total of 237 outs, equivalent to 8.78 9-inning games. He made 65 putouts, had 7 assists, and committed one error, equivalent to .114 errors per 9-inning game. He had one double play. He had 3 passed balls, 5 wild pitches, 3 opponent stolen bases, and 3 opponent caught stealings.

Bill Heath played in 9 games at catcher for the Chicago Cubs in 1969, starting in 7 of them. He played for a total of 182 outs, equivalent to 6.74 9-inning games. He made 44 putouts, had 3 assists, and committed one error, equivalent to .148 errors per 9-inning game. He had one double play. He had 1 passed ball, 0 wild pitches, 3 opponent stolen bases, and 3 opponent caught stealings.

Adrian Garrett played in 15 games at catcher for the California Angels in 1976, starting in 3 of them. He played for a total of 180 outs, equivalent to 6.67 9-inning games. He made 36 putouts, had one assist, and committed one error, equivalent to .15 errors per 9-inning game. He had one double play. He had 3 passed balls, 5 wild pitches, 7 opponent stolen bases, and 1 opponent caught stealing.

Through games played on May 31, 2011, 4 ... 1) Derek Jeter of the Yankees with 2983 hits and 328 stolen bases. 2) Omar Vizquel of the White Sox with 2819 hits and 401 stolen bases. 3) Alex Rodriguez of the Yankees with 2726 hits and 304 stolen bases. 4) Johnny Damon of the Rays with 2626 hits and 391 stolen bases.

Philadelphia Phillies' Jason Werth becomes the first player in MLB history to steal 3 bases in one inning. And Kevin Youkilis shaved his goatee.

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.

Creighton Gubanich played in 14 games at catcher for the Boston Red Sox in 1999, starting in 10 of them. He played for a total of 248 outs, equivalent to 9.19 9-inning games. He made 39 putouts, had 8 assists, and committed one error, equivalent to .109 errors per 9-inning game. He had one double play. He had 3 passed balls, 3 wild pitches, 8 opponent stolen bases, and 3 opponent caught stealings.

Dan Wilson played in 11 games at catcher for the Seattle Mariners in 2005, starting in 9 of them. He played for a total of 216 outs, equivalent to 8 9-inning games. He made 36 putouts, had 3 assists, and committed one error, equivalent to .125 errors per 9-inning game. He had one double play. He had 0 passed balls, 0 wild pitches, 4 opponent stolen bases, and 3 opponent caught stealings.

Mike Piazza played in 4 games at catcher for the Florida Marlins in 1998, starting in all of them. He played for a total of 105 outs, equivalent to 3.89 9-inning games. He made 27 putouts, had 3 assists, and committed one error, equivalent to .257 errors per 9-inning game. He had one double play. He had 0 passed balls, 2 wild pitches, 3 opponent stolen bases, and 1 opponent caught stealing.