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Home Run Statistics – Going Going Gone.

This was written prior to the 2005 season

The home run. One of sports grandest sights. Whether it is a line drive that barely clears the wall or a pop up that glances off the foul pole. Or if it’s a shot that goes 40 rows back. It is still a home run. We love to see ‘em.

Here are some of the great home run hitters. I have categorized these home run hitters in a particular way that I thought you might like. These statistics include the 2004 season.

Most 50 or more home run seasons

Babe Ruth, Sammy Sosa and Mark McGuire – 4 seasons each
Willie Mays, Mickey Mantle, Alex Rodriguez, Jimmy Foxx
Ralph Kiner and Ken Griffey Jr – 2 season each

Most 40 or more home run seasons

Babe Ruth – 12 seasons
Barry Bonds, Hank Aaron, Harmon Killabrew – 8 seasons each
Ken Griffey Jr., Sammy Sosa – 7 seasons each
Willie Mays, Mark McGwire, Alex Rodriguez 6 seasons each

Most 30 home runs seasons

Hank Aaron – 15 seasons
Babe Ruth – 14 seasons
Barry Bonds, Mike Schmidt – 13 seasons each
Mark McGwire, Jimmy Foxx – 12 seasons each
Frank Robinson, Willie Mays – 11 seasons each

The following four players had 10 seasons each:
Harmon Killabrew, Lou Gehrig, Fred McGriff, Rafael Palmeiro

The following seven players had 9 seasons each:
Mickey Mantle, Manny Ramirez, Mike Piazza, Eddie Mathews, Tony Perez, Jim Thome,


Jeff Bagwell

The following five players had 8 seasons each:
Alex Rodriguez, Ted Williams, Frank Thomas Mel Ott, Albert Belle

The following seven players had 7 seasons each:
Ernie Banks, Joe DiMaggio, Juan Gonzalez Gary Sheffield, Dave Kingman, Willie McCovey Reggie Jackson

Some Home Run Facts

Between Ted Williams, Stan Musial and Joe Dimaggio 1357 home runs were hit.
Between the three of them they had two 40 home run seasons.

When Joe DiMaggio hit 46 home runs in 1937 he struck out 37 times.

Fred Lynn hit 23 home runs four years in a row.

Duke Snider had five 40 home run seasons – all in a row.

Hank Aaron hit 44 home runs four different seasons, He wore uniform number 44.


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