A Complete List of Baseball Players with Forty-Nine Home Runs or more (regular season) in History of Professional Baseball, all levels

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[Mexican leagues' players highlighted in green]

Read about the first time Babe Ruth broke the HR record in 1919

Single-Season Home Run Records Before 49 in a Season

Major Leagues
1884   27   Ed Williamson Chicago White Stockings (National League)
1899   25   Buck Freeman Washington Senators (National League)
1919   29   Babe Ruth Boston Red Sox (American League)
Modern Major Leagues (post-1900) before Babe Ruth
1901   13   Nap Lajoie Philadelphia Athletics (American League)
1901   16   Sam Crawford Cincinnati Reds (National League)
1902   16   Ralph Seybold Philadelphia Athletics (American League)
1911   21   Frank Schulte Chicago Cubs (National League)
1915   24   Clifford Cravath Philidelphia Phillies (National League)
Minor Leagues
1895   45   Perry Werden Minneapolis Millers (Western League)
Pacific Coast League
1904   25   Charles “Truck” Eagan Tacoma Tigers
1910   30   Ping Bodie San Francisco Seals

All Baseball Players With 49 Home Runs or More In One Season

Year   HRs  Name                     Team (affiliation)               League (Class)

1920 54 Babe Ruth New York Yankees American League (majors) 1921 59 Babe Ruth New York Yankees American League (majors) 1923 49 Moses "Moe" Solomon 49 Hutchinson Wheat Shockers Southwestern League (C)# 0 New York Giants National League (majors) 1924 55 Clarence "Big Boy" Kraft Fort Worth Pioneers Texas League (A) 51 Wilbur Davis Okmulgee Drillers Western Association (C) 51 Cecil "Stormy" Davis Okmulgee Drillers Western Association (C) 1925 60 Tony Lazzeri Salt Lake City Bees Pacific Coast League (AA) 1926 62 Moose Clabaugh 62 Tyler Trojans East Texas League (D) 0 Brooklyn Dodgers National League (majors) 49 Guy Sturdy Tulsa Oilers Western League (B) 1927 60 Babe Ruth New York Yankees American League (majors) 49 Lou Gehrig New York Yankees American League (majors) 1929 55 Ike Boone Mission (SF) Reds Pacific Coast League (AA) 54 Babe Ruth New York Yankees American League (majors) 51 Gus Suhr San Francisco Seals Pacific Coast League (AA) 1930 63 Joe Hauser Baltimore Orioles International League (AA) 56 Hack Wilson Chicago Cubs National League (majors) 55 Nick Cullop 54 Minneapolis Millers American Association (AA) 1 Cincinnati Reds National League (majors) 52 Pat Wright Fort Wayne Chiefs Central League (B) 50 James Partridge 40 Nashville Volunteers Southern Association (AA) 10 Jeanette(PA) Jays Middle Atlantic League (C) 49 Babe Ruth New York Yankees American League (majors) 1932 58 Jimmie Foxx Philadelphia Athletics American League (majors) 54 "Buzz" Arlett Baltimore Orioles International League (AA) 49 Joe Hauser Minneapolis Millers American Association (AA) 1933 69 Joe Hauser Minneapolis Millers American Association (AA) 1934 49 Lou Gehrig New York Yankees American League (majors) 1935 56 Gene Lilliard Los Angeles Angels Pacific Coast League (AA) 53 George Puccinelli Baltimore Orioles International League (AA) 1936 51 John Winsett 50 Columbus Redbirds American Association (AA) 1 Brooklyn Dodgers National League (majors) 49 Lou Gehrig New York Yankees American League (majors) 1938 58 Hank Greenburg Detroit Tigers American League (majors) 50 Jimmie Foxx Boston Red Sox American League (majors) 1939 58 Tony Robello Pocatello Cardinals Pioneer League (C) 1947 58 Buck Frierson Sherman-Denison Twins Big State League (B) 57 D.C. "Pud" Miller Wichita Falls(TX) Spudders Big State League (B) 57 Bill Serena 57 Lubbock Hubbers West Texas-New Mexico Lg. (C) 0 Dallas Eagles Texas League (AA) 53 Howie Moss 53 Baltimore Orioles International League (AAA) 0 Cleveland Indians American League (majors) 52 Bob Crues Amarillo Gold Sox West Texas-New Mexico Lg. (C) 52 Calvin Felix Las Vegas Wranglers Sunset League (C) 51 Ralph Kiner Pittsburgh Pirates National League (majors) 51 Johnny Mize New York Giants National League (majors) 50 Hank Sauer Syracuse Chiefs International League (AAA) 49 Gordon Nell Borger Gassers West Texas-New Mexico Lg. (C) 1948 69 Bob Crues Amarillo Gold Sox West Texas-New Mexico Lg. (C) 52 Chuck Workman Nashville Vols American Association (AA) 1949 55 Lee "Muscle" Shoals Redsville Luckies Carolina League (B) 54 Ralph Kiner Pittsburgh Pirates National League (majors) 55 D.C. "Pud" Miller 52 Lamesa Lobos West Texas-New Mexici Lg. (C) 3 Gladewater(TX) Bears East Texas League (C) 50 Jerry Witte Dallas Eagles Texas League (AA) 1950 53 Jesse McClain Harlingen Capitols Rio Grande Valley Lg, (C) 50 Manuel Salvatierra 49 Laredo Apaches Rio Grande Valley Lg. (C) 1 Austin Pioneers Big State League (B) 1952 50 Joe Bauman Artesia Drillers Longhorn League (C) 1953 53 Joe Bauman Artesia Drillers Longhorn League (C) 52 Frank Gravino Fargo-Moorhead Twins Northern League (C) 50 Jim Matthews Amarillo Gold Sox West Texas-New Mexico Lg. (C) 1954 72 Joe Bauman Roswell Rockets Longhorn League (C) 64 Bob Lennon 64 Nashville Vols Southern Association (AA) 0 New York Giants National League (majors) 56 Frank Gravino Fargo-Moorhead Twins Northern League (C) 49 Ted Kluszewski Cincinnati Redlegs National League (majors) 1955 51 Willie Mays New York Giants National League (majors) 1956 66 Dick Stuart Lincoln Chiefs Western League (A) 62 Ken Guettler Shreveport Ports Texas League (AA) 60 "Frosty" Kennedy Plainview Ponies Southwestern League (B) 55 Steve Bilko Los Angeles Angels Pacific Coast League (Open) 52 Mickey Mantle New York Yankees American League (majors) 51 Bud Heslet Visalia Cubs California League (C) 51 Len Tucker Pampa (TX) Oilers Southwestern League (B) 51 Leon Wagner Danville Leafs Carolina League (B) 49 Allen Weygandt Topeka Hawks Western League (A) 1957 56 Steve Bilko Los Angeles Angels Pacific Coast League (Open) 1961 61 Roger Maris New York Yankees American League (majors) 54 Mickey Mantle New York Yankees American League (majors) 1962 59 Ramiro Caballero Guanajuato Tuzos Mexican Central League (A) 49 Willie Mays San Francisco Giants National League (majors) 1964 49 Harmon Killebrew Minnesota Twins American League (majors) 49 Hector Espino 46 Monterrey Sultanes Mexican League (AA) 3 Jacksonville Suns International League (AAA) 1965 52 Willie Mays San Francisco Giants National League (majors) 1966 55 Herberto Vargas 55 Guanajuato Tuzos Mexican Central League (A) 0 Poza Rica Mexican League (AA) 49 Frank Robinson Baltimore Orioles American League (majors) 1968 49 Tony Solaita 49 High Point-Thomasville Hi-Toms Carolina League (A) 2 [Carolina League Playoffs] for 51 1969 49 Harmon Killebrew Minnesota Twins American League (majors) 1974 55 Bill McNulty Sacramento Salons Pacific Coast League (AAA) 53 Gorman Thomas 51 Sacramento Salons Pacific Coast League (AAA) 2 Milwaukee Brewers American League (majors) 1977 52 George Foster Cincinnati Reds National League (majors) 1982 50 Ron Kittle Edmonton Trappers Pacific Coast League (AAA) 1986 54 Jack Pierce Leon Braves Mexican League (AAA) 53 Nicholas Castanada San Luis Potosi Tuneros Mexican League (AAA) 1987 49 Mark McGwire Oakland Athletics American League (majors) 49 Andre Dawson Chicago Cubs National League (majors) 1990 51 Cecil Fielder Detroit Tigers American League 1995 50 Albert Belle Cleveland Indians American League 1996 52 Mark McGwire Oakland Athletics American League 50 Brady Anderson Baltimore Orioles American League 1997 58 Mark McGwire 34 Oakland Athletics American League 24 St. Louis Cardinals National League 56 Ken Griffey, Jr Seattle Mariners American League 49 Larry Walker Colorado Rockies National League 1998 70 Mark McGwire St. Louis Cardinals National League 66 Sammy Sosa Chicago Cubs National League 56 Ken Griffey, Jr. Seattle Mariners American League 50 Greg Vaughn San Diego Padres National League 49 Albert Belle Chicago White Sox American League 1999 65 Mark McGwire St. Louis Cardinals National League 63 Sammy Sosa Chicago Cubs National League 2000 50 Sammy Sosa Chicago Cubs National League 49 Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants National League 2001 73 Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants National League 64 Sammy Sosa Chicago Cubs National League 57 Luis Gonzales Arizona Diamondbacks National League 52 Alex Rodriguez Texas Rangers American League 49 Jim Thome Cleveland Indians American League 49 Shawn Green Los Angeles Dodgers National League 49 Todd Helton Colorado Rockies National League 2002 57 Alex Rodriguez Texas Rangers American League 52 Jim Thome Cleveland Indians American League 49 Sammy Sosa Chicago Cubs National League 2005 51 Andruw Jones Atlanta Braves National League 2006 58 Ryan Howard Philadelphia Phillies National League 54 David Ortiz Boston Red Sox American League 49 Albert Pujols St. Louis Cardinals National League 2007 54 Alex Rodriguez New York Yankees American League 50 Prince Fielder Milwaukee Brewers National League 2010 54 Jose Bautista Toronto Blue Jays American League 2013 53 Chris Davis Baltimore Orioles American League

Footnote #- Moses “Moe” Solomon also known as “the Rabbi of Swat” In 1923 led Southwestern Lg. with 222 hits and 143 runs; had 104 extra base hits, 439 total bases, batted .421, as well as a new minor league record 49 home runs.

• Minor league affiliates for above not included at this time.

Semi-Pro

1894   60   Grant “Home Run” Johnson    Findlay Sluggers

National American Semi-Pro Baseball Association
2001   53   Marty Watson                Evansville Outlaws

Note: Josh Gibson hit 75 in 1931, 69 in 1934, 84 in 1936 for Homestead Greys of the Negro American League. Totals include league and barnstorming games-more research needs to be done.

Noteworthy 48 home run seasons:

Independent league record
2000   48   Ozzie Canseco            Newark Bears                     Atlantic League (Ind.)

NCAA Division I record
1985   48   Pete Incaviglia          Oklahoma State

Other noteworthy single-season home run record ·· 83-year old record !:

Eastern League single-season HR record holders Progression:

 (NOTE: The Eastern League was known as the New York-Pennsylvania League, 1923-1937) 1923 19 Bill Batch York White Roses New York-Penn League 1925 33 Joe Munson Harrisburg Senators New York-Penn League 1930 41 Ken Strong Hazleton Mountaineers New York-Penn League (B) 1979 41 Rick Lancellotti Buffalo Bisons Eastern League (AA) Close but no cigar over the years: 1962 38 Ken Harrelson Binghamton Triplets Eastern League 1973 38 Tom Robson Pittsfield Rangers Eastern League 1981 40 Ron Kittle Glens Falls White Sox Eastern League 1999 38 Chris Norton Portland Sea Dogs Eastern League 2004 39 Mitch Jones Trenton Thunder Eastern League
Major League Rookie Home Run Record Holders
1930   38   Wally Berger            Boston Braves                    National League
1934   35   Hal Trotsky             Cleveland Indians                American League
1937   35   Rudy York               Detroit Tigers                   American League
1950   37   Al Rosen                Cleveland Indians                American League
1956   38   Frank Robinson          Cincinnati Reds                  National League
1987   49   Mark McGwire            Oakland Athletics                American League
 Close but no cigar:
1983   35   Ron Kittle              Chicago White Sox                American League
1993   35   Mike Piazza             Los Angeles Dodgers              National League
2001   37   Albert Pujols           St. Louis Cardinals              National League
Major League Single-Season HR Record Progressions
National League
1884   27   Ed Williamson           Chicago White Stockings
1922   42   Rogers Hornsby          St. Louis Cardinals
1929   43   Chuck Klein             Philidelphia Phillies
1930   56   Hack Wilson             Chicago Cubs
1998   70   Mark McGwire            St. Louis Cardinals
2001   73   Barry Bonds             San Francisco Giants
American League
1901   13   Napoleon Lajoie         Philadelphia Athletics
1902   16   Ralph Seybold           Philadelphia Athletics
1919   29   Babe Ruth               Boston Red Sox
1920   54   Babe Ruth               New York Yankees
1921   59   Babe Ruth               New York Yankees
1927   60   Babe Ruth               New York Yankees
1961   61   Roger Maris             New York Yankees

Single-Season HR Record Progression for Professional Baseball
1884   27   Ed Williamson           Chicago White Stockings           National League
1895   45   Perry Werden            Minneapolis Millers               Western League
1920   54   Babe Ruth               New York Yankees                  American League
1921   59   Babe Ruth               New York Yankees                  American League
1925   60   Tony Lazzeri            Salt Lake City Bees               Pacific Coast League (AA)
1926   62   Moose Clabaugh          Tyler Trojans                     East Texas League (D)
1930   63   Joe Hauser              Baltimore Orioles                 International League (AA)
1933   69   Joe Hauser              Minneapolis Millers               American Association (AA)
1948   69   Bob Crues               Amarillo Gold Sox                 West Texas-New Mexico League (C)
1954   72   Joe Bauman              Roswell Rockets                   Longhorn League (C)
2001   73   Barry Bonds             San Francisco Giants              National League

JAPANESE MAJOR LEAGUES -
NIPPON PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL LEAGUE (NPB)

1949   46   Fumio Fujimura             Osaka Tigers                     NPB
1950   51   Makato Kozuru              Shochiku Robins                  Central League

1963   52   Katsuya Momura             Nankai Hawks                     Pacific League
1964   55   Sadaharu Oh                Yomiuri Giants                   Central League
1968   49   Sadaharu Oh                Yomiuri Giants                   Central League
1973   51   Sadaharu Oh                Yomiuri Giants                   Central League
1974   49   Sadaharu Oh                Yomiuri Giants                   Central League
1976   49   Sadaharu Oh                Yomiuri Giants                   Central League
1977   50   Sadaharu Oh                Yomiuri Giants                   Central League

1985   54   Randy Bass                 Hanshin Tigers                   Central League
       52   Hiromitsu Ochai            Lotte Orions                     Pacific League
1986   50   Hiromitsu Ochai            Lotte Orions                     Pacific League
1989   49   Ralph Bryant               Kintetsu Buffaloes               Pacific League

2001   55   Karl "Tuffy" Rhodes        Osaka Kintetsu Buffaloes         Pacific League
       49   Alex Cabrera               Seibu Lions                      Pacific League
2002   55   Alex Cabrera               Seibu Lions                      Pacific League
       50   Hideki Matsui              Yamiuri Giants                   Central League
2003   51   Karl "Tuffy" Rhodes        Osaka Kintetsu Buffaloes         Pacific League   
       50   Alex Cabrera               Seibu Lions                      Pacific League

2010   49   Alex Ramirez               Yomiyri Giants                   Central League
       47   Craig Brazell              Hanshin Tigers                   Central League
2011   48   Takeya Nakamura            Seibu Lions                      Pacific League
2013   60   Wladimir “Coco” Balentien  Yakult Swallows                  Central League

KOREAN BASEBALL ORGANIZATION (KBO)


1999   54   Lee Seung-yeop            Samsung Lions

2002   47   Lee Seung-yeop            Samsung Lions
       46   Shim Jong-soo             Hyundai Unicorns
2003   56   Lee Seung-yeop            Samsung Lions
       53   Shim Jong-soo             Hyundai Unicorns
2010   44   Lee Dae-ho                Lotte Giants

Other Single-Season Home Run Records

All-American Girls Professional Baseball League:
1943   10   Eleanor Dapkus            Racine Belles
1952   12   Doris “Sammye” Sams       Kalamazoo Lassies
1954   29   Joanne Weaver             Fort Wayne Daisies

Mexican League
1964   46   Hector Espino             Monterrey Sultanes  
1986   53   Nicholas Castanada        San Luis Potosi Tuneros
       54   Jack Pierce               Leon Braves

Eastern Colored League
1923   13   George Scales             New York Lincoln Giants
1924   13   Oscar Charleston          Harrisburg Giants
1925   20   Oscar Charleston          Harrisburg Giants

Negro National League
1926   27   Mule Suttles              St. Louis Stars
1929   27   Willie “Devil” Wells      St. Louis Stars
Negro National League [SABR compilations]
1920    8   Edgar Wesley              Detroit Stars
1921   13   George Carr               Kansas City Monarchs
1922   13   Bullet Rogan              Kansas City Monarchs
       13   Heavy Johnson             Kansas City Monarchs
1923   20   Heavy Johnson             Kansas City Monarchs
       20   Candy Jim Taylor          St. Louis Stars & Toledo Tigers
1928   23   Willie Wells              St. Louis Stars
       23   Turkey Stearnes           Detroit Stars

American Negro League
1929   19   Charles Smith             New York Lincoln Giants

San Diego Padres (Pacific Coast League)
1948   48   Jack Graham
1949   48   Max West

Cuban Winter League
1928-29  7  Mule Suttles              .
1938-39 11  Josh Gibson               Santa Clara Leopards
1952-53 16  Lou Klein                 Havana Reds
Close but no cigar:
1945-46  9  Dick Sisler               Havana Reds 

Cuba National Series & Selective Series
1968    19  Agustin Marquetti         Havana
1973    22  Armando Capiro            Havana
1978    28  Pedro J. Rodriguez        Las Villas
1986    30  Orestes Kindelan          Serranos
2008    31  Alexei Bell               Serranos
2009-10 32  Alfredo Despaigne         Granma
2010-11 33  Jose Daniel Abreu         Cienfuegos
2010-11 33  Yoennis Céspedes          Granma

Dominican League (Dominican Republic Winter League)
2008-09 17  Victor Diaz               Aguilas Cibaenas

Puerto Rican Winter League
1947-48 27  Willard “Home Run” Brown  Santurce 

Australian Baseball League
1998    28  Brendan Kingman           Sydney Blues

Australian Baseball League #2
2011-12 15  Brad Harman               Melbourne Aces

British Baseball Federation
1996    11  Pete Arthur               Leeds Royals                    Premier Division North
1997    13  Alan Bloomfield           London Warriors                 Premier Division South  

Chinese Professional Baseball League (Taiwan)
1992    24  Chung-Chiu Lin            Mercuries Tigers
1996    31  Luis Iglesias             Mercuries Tigers
1998    31  Jay Kirkpatrick           Sinon Bulls
2007    33  Tilson Brito              President Lions

Taiwan Major League
1997    31  Sam Horn                  Taipei Gida

Serie A1 (Italy IBL)
1974    26  Giorgio Castelli          Parma
1983    30  Giuseppe Carelli          Colle Rimini
1985    33  Donald Mazzilli           Colle Rimini
I.B.L. (includes 2 rounds, 1981-1984)
1962    12  Roberto Gandini           Milano
1966    12  Alberto Rinaldi           Parma
1971    14  Bruno Laurenzi            Nettuno
1972    21  John Self                 Grosseto
1974    26  Giorgio Castelli          Parma
1983    37  Giuseppe Carelli          Colle Rimini
1984    38  Mark Funderburk           Colle Rimini

Serie A Career Home Runs
288  Roberto Bianchi  1981-99
220  Giuseppe Carelli 1975-94

Hoofdklasse (Netherlands)
1984    24  Jacky Jakoba              Neptunus

Other Home Run Records

Consecutive Games With a Home Run, all major leagues 
(record setters, in chronological order)
5 Games 1921  Babe Ruth          New York Yankees    American League (M.L.B.) [7 HRs] 
6 Games 1922  Ken Williams       St. Louis Browns    American League (M.L.B.) [6 HRs]
6 Games 1924  George Kelly       New York Giants     National League (M.L.B.) [7 HRs]
6 Games 1931  Lou Gehrig         New York Yankees    American League (M.L.B.) [6 HRs]
6 Games 1947  Walker Cooper      New York Giants     National League (M.L.B.) [7 HRs]
6 Games 1955  Willie Mays        New York Giants     National League (M.L.B.) [7 HRs]
8 Games 1956  Dale Long          Pittsburgh Pirates  National League (M.L.B.) [8 HRs]
8 Games 1987  Don Mattingly      New York Yankees    American League (M.L.B.) [10 HRs]
8 Games 1993  Ken Griffey, Jr.   Seattle Mariners    American League (M.L.B.) [8 HRs]
9 Games 2010  Lee Dae-ho         Lotte Giants        Korean Baseball Organization (K.B.O.) [9 HRs]

Note: The following tied the A.L. record, before Mattingly's 8 straight in 1987:
6 Games 1957  Roy Sievers        Washington Senators American League (M.L.B.) [6 HRs]
6 Games 1961  Roger Maris        New York Yankees    American League (M.L.B.) [7 HRs]
6 Games 1968  Frank Howard       Washington Senators American League (M.L.B.) [10 HRs]
6 Games 1976  Reggie Jackson     Baltimore Orioles   American League (M.L.B.) [6 HRs]]
Most Home Runs, One Game, all professional leagues
8 6/15/1902 Jay “Nig” Clarke Corsicana Oil Cities (W 51-3) Texarkana Casketmakers at Ennis Texas League D
5 5/11/1923 Pete Schneider Vernon Tigers (W 35-11) at Salt Lake City Pacific Coast Lg. AA
5 5/30/1934 Lou Frierson Paris Pirates (L 12-17) Jacksonville Jax West Dixie Lg. C
5 4/29/1936 Cecil Dunn Alexandria Aces (W 28-5) at Lake Charles Skippers Evangeline Lg. D
5 7/3/1948 Dick Lane Muskego Clippers (W 38-6) at Fort Wayne Generals Central League A
4 6/8/1889 Jack Crooks Omaha Omahogs (W 19-15) at Saint Paul Apostles Western Association
4 5/31/1892 Dan Cronin Pawtucket (W 17-9) at Salem New England League B
4 5/30/1894 Bobby Lowe Boston Beaneaters (W 20-11) Cincinnati Reds National League
4 7/30/1894 Buck Freeman Haverhill v. Pawtucket Maroons New England League B
4 5/12/1895 Bill Bottenus Buffalo Bisons (W 18-13) Wilkes-Barre Coal Barons Eastern League A
4 5/28/1895 Hercules Burnett Evansville Black Birds (W 25-10) Memphis Giants Southern Assoc. B
4 6/11/1895 Bill Kuehne Minneapolis Millers (W 16-5) Indianapolis Indians Western League A
4 7/23/1895 Perry Werden Minneapolis Millers (W 18-5) Detroit Tigers Western League A
4 7/13/1896 Ed Delahanty Philadelphia Phillies (L 8-9) Chicago Colts National League
4 5/14/1903 Henry Bateman Paris Parasites at Corsicana Oil Cities Texas League D
4 9/9/1913 Waldo Jackley Ironton Nailers (W 16-5) at Hamilton Maroons Ohio State League D
4 6/14/1919 “High Pockets” Kelly Rochester Hustlers (W 19-0) at Reading Coal Barons International Lg. AA
4 8/31/1920 Frank Askland Mitchell Kernels (W 16-5) at Wessinton Springs Saints South Dakota Lg. D
4 8/9/1923 John Gillespie Bridgeport Americans (W 10-910 inn.) at Springfield Ponies Eastern League A
4 7/19/1924 Bud Davis Okmulgee Drillers v. Springfield Midgets Western Assoc. C
4 7/15/1925 Earl Waltz Waynesboro Villagers (W 16-5) at Martinsburg Blue Sox Blue Ridge Lg. D
4 5/17/1926 Ben “Al” Mallonee Richmond Colts (W 17-5) at Portsmouth Trckers Virginia League B
4 7/14/1926 Al Maderas Springfield Senators (L 12-14) at Quincy Red Birds Three-I League B
4 7/17/1927 Clay Hopper Danville Veterans (W 28-6) at Quincy Red Birds Three-I League B
4 6/11/1928 Tommie Harris Midland Colts (W 27-9) Hamlin Pied Pipers West Texas League D
4 5/13/1930 Walter Holke Hazleton Mountaineers (L 8-9) Scranton Miners N.Y.-Penn League B
4 6/8/1930 Ken Strong Hazleton Mountaineers (W 12-3) Wilkes-Barre Barons N.Y.-Penn League B
4 6/1/1932 Buzz Arlett Baltimore Orioles (W 14-13) at Reading Keystones International Lg. AA
4 6/3/1932 Lou Gehrig New York Yankees (W 20-13) at Philadelphia Athletics American League
4 7/4/1932 Buzz Arlett Baltimore Orioles (W 21-10) Reading Keystones International Lg. AA
4 6/14/1935 Dale Alexander Kansas City Blues (W 15-2) at Minneapolis Millers American Association AA
4 6/15/1936 Tip Tobin Marshall Orphans v. Jacksonville Jax East Texas League C
4 7/10/1936 Chuck Klein Philadelphia Phillies (W 9-610 inn.) at Pittsburgh Pirates National League
4 8/24/1936 Taylor Sanford Danville Leafs (W 13-3) at Mayodan Orphans Bi-State League D
4 5/6/1938 Bob Seeds Newark Bears (W 22-9) at Buffalo Bisons International Lg. AA
4 8/13/1938 Mel Wasley Duluth Dukes (W 17-5) Fargo-Moorhead Twins Northern League D
4 7/4/1940 Ab Wright Minneapolis Millers (W 17-5) Saint Paul Saints American Assoc. AA
4 7/8/1940 Babe Paul Muskogee Reds (W 10-8) Joplin Miners Western Assoc. C
4 9/3/1945 Bill Hart Saint Paul Saints (W 16-1) Minneapolis Millers American Assoc. AA
4 5/3/1946 Ken Rhyne Moultrie Packers (W 12-2) Thomasville Tigers Georgia-Florida Lg. D
4 5/2/1947 Ken Myers Las Vegas Wranglers (W 30-5) Ontario Orioles Sunset League C
4 5/9/1947 Ross Morrow Mooresville Moors (W 18-17) Concord Weavers North Carolina State Lg. D
4 6/1/1947 Philip Alotta Reno Silver Sox (W 22-19) Ontario Orioles Sunset League C
4 6/1/1947 Vince Pascale Reno Silver Sox (W 22-19) Ontario Orioles Sunset League C
4 9/5/1947 Frank Carswell Paris Red Peppers (W 26-22) Austin Pioneers Big State League B
4 5/18/1948 Floyd Yount Newton-Conover Twins (W 12-8) Lincolnton Cardinals Western Carolina Lg. D
4 6/30/1948 Len Attyd Albuquerque Dukes (W 31-10) LaMesa Lobos West Tex.-New Mex. Lg. C
4 7/18/1948 Pat Seerey Chicago White Sox (W 12-1111 inn.) at Philadelphia Athletics American League
4 8/28/1948 Joe Fortin Pampa Oilers (W 20-4) LaMesa Lobos West Tex.-New Mex. Lg. C
4 9/3/1948 Leonard Cross Spartanburg Peaches (W 30-6) Asheville Tourists Tri-State League B
4 7/27/1949 Silvio DiMenna Peterburg Generals (W 17-3) Hopewell Blue Sox Virginia League D
4 8/15/1949 Jack Litrell Hornell Maple Leafs (W 16-7) Olean Oilers PONY League D
4 8/29/1949 Pud Miller LaMesa Lobos (W 15-6) Borger Gassers West Texas League C
4 8/31/1949 Jim Warner Wenatchee Chiefs v. Salem Senators Western Int'l. Lg. B
4 9/10/1949 Dixie Upright Waco Pirates v. Wichita Falls Spudders Big State League B
4 8/31/1950 Gil Hodges Brooklyn Dodgers (W 19-3) Boston Braves National League
4 4/13/1951 Miguel Gaspar Laredo Apaches (W 13-2) Texas City Texans Gulf Coast League B
4 4/4/1953 Ted Beard Hollywood Stars (W 6-5) San Diego Padres Pacific Coast Lg. OPEN
4 4/20/1953 Jerry Crosby Colorado Springs Sky Sox (W 20-16) Pueblo Dodgers Western League A
4 8/3/1953 Dolph Regelsky Meridian Millers (W 21-6) Hot Springs Bathers Cotton States Lg. C
4 5/20/1954 Jim Moore Crowley Millers v. Lafayette Oilers Evangeline League C
4 7/31/1954 Joe Adcock Milwaukee Braves (W 15-7) at Brooklyn Dodgers National League
4 8/6/1954 Bill Miller Hazlegurst-Baxley Cardinals (W 12-8) at Statesboro Pilots Georgia State League D
4 9/1/1954 Joe Bauman Roswell Rockets (W 15-4) Sweetwater Spudders Longhorn League C
4 5/22/1955 Edwin Little Corpus Christi Clippers (W 32-7) Waco Pirates Big State League B
4 7/4/1955 Paul Mohr Amarillo Gold Sox v. Clovis Pioneers West Tex.-New Mex. Lg. B
4 7/19/1955 Jim Lemon AL League All-Stars (W 10-5) at Birmingham Barons Southern Associaton AA
4 8/12/1955 Sonny Tims Pampa Oilers (L 10-17) at Lubbock Hubbers West Tex.-New Mex. Lg. B
4 8/21/1955 Jodie Beeler Plainview Ponies (W 18-13) at Amarillo Gold Sox West Tex.-New Mex. Lg. B
4 7/14/1956 Danny Ozark Wichita Falls Spudders (W 7-3) Beaumont Explorers Big State League B
4 8/27/1956 Curt Roberts Columbus Jets (W 10-7) Havana Sugar Kings International Lg. AAA
4 6/10/1959 Rocky Colavito Cleveland Indians (W 11-8) at Baltimore Orioles American League
4 6/13/1959 Bobby Smith Clinton Pirates (W 20-12) at Dubuque Packers Midwest League D
4 4/30/1961 Wlllie Mays San Francisco Giants (W 14-4) at Milwaukee Braves National League
4 5/29/1961 Al Nagel Ardmore Rosebuds (W 14-5) at Amarillo Gold Sox Texas League AA
4 6/25/1961 Don DiChiara Batavia Pirates (L 8-14) Jamestown Tigers N.Y.-Penn League D
4 8/20/1962 Charlie Dees El Paso Sun Kings (W 11-3) Amarillo Gold Sox Texas League AA
4 7/1/1969 George Kalafatis Montgomery Rebels (W 13-0) Birmingham A's Southern League AA
4 4/17/1976 Mike Schmidt Philadelphia Phillies (W 18-1610 inn.) at Chicago Cubs National League
4 6/9/1977 Randy Bass Tacoma Twins (L 14-1510 inn.) at Phoenix Giants Pacific Coast League AAA
4 7/14/1977 Gene Locklear Syracuse Chiefs (W 11-1) at Columbus Clippers International Lg. AAA
4 6/24/1978 Mike Bishop Quad City Angels (W 32-8) at Wausau Mets Midwest League A
4 7/15/1979 Scott Fletcher Geneva Cubs (W 29-4) at Utica Blue Jays N.Y.-Penn League A
4 6/18/1980 Tom Brunansky El Paso Diablos (W 19-9) at Midland Cubs Texas League AA
4 7/6/1982 Dave Clements Erie Cardinals (W 24-6) Batavia Trojans N.Y.-Penn League A
4 6/2/1983 Franklin Stubbs Albuquerque Dukes v. Phoenix Giants Pacific Coast League AAA
4 7/6/1986 Bob Horner Atlanta Braves (L 8-11) Montreal Expos National League
4 6/9/1987 Wade Rowdan Iowa Cubs (W 18-12) Louisville Redbirds American Association AAA
4 5/20/1988 Pat Garman Gastonia Rangers (W 17-5) Myrtle Beach Blue Jays SALLY League A
4 5/25/1988 Matt Williams Phoenix Firebirds (W 11-8) Albuquerque Dukes Pacific Coast League AAA
4 9/7/1993 Mark Whiten St. Louis Cardinals (W 15-2) at Cincinnati Reds National League
4 6/20/1996 Corey Parker Bangor Blue Ox (W 16-5) at Rhode Island Tigersharks Northeast League Ind.
4 5/21/1997 J.R. Phillips New Orleans Zephyrs (W 10-6) at Omaha Royals American Association AAA
4 8/9/1997 Bubba Trammell Toledo Mud Hens (W 11-1013 inn.) Richmond Braves International Lg. AAA
4 4/22/1998 Eddie Williams Las Vegas Stars (W 20-15) at Calgary Cannons Pacific Coast League AAA
4 7/27/1998 Tyrone Horne Arkansas Travelers (W 13-4) at San Antonio Missions Texas League AA
4 9/13/1999 Eric Battersby Burlington Bees v. Kane County Cougars Midwest League A
4 6/21/2000 Harry Berrios Schaumburg Flyers (L 13-26) Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks Northern League Ind.
4 8/8/2000 Ryan Jones Winnipeg Goldeyes (W 19-1) at Sioux Falls Canaries Northern League Ind.
4 8/19/2001 Lew Ford New Britain Rock Cats v. Binghamton Mets Eastern League AA
4 4/20/2002 Tony Mongeluzzo Savannah Sand Gnats at Asheville Tourists SALLY League A
4 5/2/2002 Mike Cameron Seattle Mariners (W 15-4) at Chicago White Sox American League
4 5/23/2002 Shawn Green Los Angeles Dodgers (W 16-3) at Milwaukee Brewers National League
4 9/25/2003 Carlos Delgado Toronto Blue Jays (W 10-8) Tampa Bay Devil Rays American League
4 6/28/2004 Brandon Cashman Spokane Indians v. Everett AquaSox Northwest League A
4 10/10/2005 Brandon Wood Surprise Scorpions (W 20-1) Grand Canyon Rafters Arizona Fall League
4 6/18/2006 Jesse Hoorelbeke Fargo-Moorhead Redhawks (W 14-3) Edmonton Cracker Cats Northern League Ind.
4 7/28/2006 Ryan Harvey Daytona Cubs (W 10-9) Clearwater Threshers Florida State Lg. A+
4 8/7/2006 Alexis Gomez Toledo Mud Hens (W 15-9) at Columbus Clippers International Lg. AAA
4 5/19/2007 Aaron Bates Lancaster JetHawks v. Lake Elsinore Storm California League A+
4 6/23/2007 Brad Correll Lancaster JayHawks v. High Desert Mavericks CAlifornia League A+
4 8/9/2008 Micah Hoffpauir Iowa Cubs at Round Rock Express Pacific Coast League AAA
4 5/14/2011 Michael Aubrey Syracuse Chiefs (W 11-0) Durham Bulls International Lg. AAA
4 5/8/2012 Josh Hamilton Texas Rangers (W 10-3) at Baltimore Orioles American League
Most Home Runs, One Game, Cuba
4 12/10/1989 Leonel Moa Camaguey at Granma National League
4 12/17/1995 Alberto Diaz Matanzas v. Camaguey National League
4 4/8/1997 Omar Linares Pinar del Rio at Villa Clara Revolutionary Cup II
Most Home Runs, One Game, Japan
4 9/2/1989 Hiromoto Okubo Saitama Seibu Lions v. Saitama Yakult Swallows Eastern League (Seibu Lions)
4 6/21/1996 Nigel Wilson Nippon Ham Fighters (W 7-5) at Kinetsu Buffaloes (Osaka) Pacific League
4 6/28/2003 Atsuya Furuta Yakult Swallows (W 14-4) at Hiroshima Toyo Carp Central League
Most Home Runs, One Game, Mexico
4 1/6/1957 Barney Serrell Los Mochis (L 8-911 inn.) at Ciudad Obregon Pacific Coast League Ind.
4 6/13/1957 Jose “Diablo” Nunez Fresnillo Rojos (W 23-7) Durango Alacranes Central Mexican Lg. C
4 10/8/1961 Marcos Arriaga Saltillo (W 15-3) at Montemorelos Eagles Northern Autumn Lg. Ind.
4 5/14/1985 Derek Bryant Tampico Alijadores Mexican League AAA
4 4/24/1991 Roy Johnson Campeche Pirates v. Aguascalientes Rieleros Mexican League AAA
4 5/19/2000 Miguel Ojeda Mexico City Reds v. Monclova Aceros Mexican League AAA
4 6/28/2005 Ricardo Saenz Monclova Aceros (W 14-1) Aguascalientes Rieleros Mexican League AAA
4 5/13/2006 Jorge Vasquez Angelopolois Tigers (W 24-3) Tabasco Olmecas Mexican League AAA
Most Home Runs, One Game, Venezuela
4 1/8/1956 Russell Rac Pastora (L 8-10) Cabimas Occidental League
Footnotes:
 • The Class designation of A+ stands for a Class Adv A league. 
 • 6/15/1902 This Corsicana home game was played at Ennis, Texas, to avoid Sunday Blue Laws,
 • 6/3/1932  Lou Gehrig, N.Y. Yankees (A.L.), was robbed of a 5th HR by the Athletic's Al Simmons' catch at centerfield fence.
 • 7/10/1936 Chuck Klein, Phil. Phillies (N.L.) hit his 4th home run in the 10th inning.
 • 8/27/1956 Curt Roberts, Columbus Jets (Int'l. Lg.) had 4 home runs in a 7 inning game.

2 Players with 4 Home Runs in the Same Game
•Reno Silver Sox (W 22-19) Ontario Orioles, 6/1/1947 (Sunset League) (Class C):
  4 Philip Alotta  Silver Sox
  4 Vince Pascale  Silver Sox
 
Two 4 Home Run Games in One Season
1932 Buzz Arlett  Baltimore Orioles (International League)

4 Home Runs in All-Star Game
7/19/1955 Jim Lemon (Chattanooga Lookouts), A.L League All-Stars (W 10-5) at Birmingham Barons, Rickwood Field (Southern Association)

4 Home Runs in One Playoff Game
9/10/1949 Dixie Upright   Waco Pirates            (Big State League)
9/13/1999 Eric Battersby  Burlington Bees         (Midwest League)

Player-Managers who hit 4 Home Runs in One Game
8/21/1955 Jodie Beeler    Plainview Ponies        (West Texas-New Mexico League)
7/14/1956 Danny Ozark     Wichita Falls Spudders  (Big State Leaague)

4 Home Runs in 1st 4 innings of Game
9/3/1948  Leonard Cross   Spartanburg Peaches     (Tri-State League)

4 Home Runs in 4 Consecutive ABs, One Game
5/30/1894 Bobby Lowe      Boston Beaneaters       (National League)
6/3/1932  Lou Gehrig      New York Yankees        (American League)
6/14/1935 Dale Alexander  Kansas City Blues       (American Association)
5/22/1955 Edwin Little    Corpus Christi Clippers (Big State League)
6/10/1959 Rocky Colavito  Cleveland Indians       (American League)
4/17/1976 Mike Schmidt    Philadelphia Phillies   (National League)
9/13/1999 Eric Battersby  Burlington Bees         (Midwest League)
5/19/2000 Miguel Ojeda    Mexico City Reds        (Mexican League)
5/2/2002  Mike Cameron    Seattle Mariners        (American League)
9/25/2003 Carlos Delgado  Toronto Blue Jays       (American League)

4 Home Runs in Consecutive Innings
5/6/1938  Bob Seeds       Newark Bears            (International League)
9/3/1948  Leonard Cross   Spartanburg Peaches     (Tri-State League)

Inside-the-Park Home Run as part of 4 Home Run Game
7/30/1894 Buck Freeman    Haverhill               (New England League)
2 Inside-the-Park Home Runs as part of 4 Home Run Game
7/13/1896 Ed Delahanty    Philadelphia Phillies    (National League)

Game Winning Home Run as 4th HR in Game
8/9/1923  John Gillespie  Bridgeport Americans    (Eastern League), in 10th inning.
7/18/1948 Pat Seerey      Chicago White Sox       (American League), in 11th inning.
7/28/2006 Ryan Harvey     Daytona Cubs            (Florida State League), walk-off HR in 9th inning.

4 Home Runs in One Game at Shibe Park
6/3/1932  Lou Gehrig     New York Yankees
7/18/1948 Pat Seerey     Chicago White Sox

4 Home Runs in One Game at Forbes Field
7/10/1936 Chuck Klein    Philadelphia Phillies

4 Home Runs in One Game at Ebbets Field
8/31/1950 Gil Hodges     Brooklyn Dodgers
7/31/1954 Joe Adcock     Milwaukee Braves

4 Home Runs in One Game at Wrigley Field
4/17/1976 Mike Schmidt   Philadelphia Phillies

4 Home Runs in One Game at Camden Yards
5/8/2012  Josh Hamilton  Texas Rangers

Consecutive Home Runs in Consecutive At Bats
5 Ricardo Saenz, Monclova Aceros v. Aguascalientes Rieleros, Jun. 2005 (Mexican Lg.-AAA) [2 games]

2 Grand Slams, Same Inning
4/23/1999 Fernando Tatis, St. Louis Cardinals (W 12-5) at Los Angeles Dodgers (National League)
11/4/2009 Alexei “Toy Cannon” Bell, Santiago de Cuba (W 24-0) Camaguey (Cuban National League) [1st inning, 1st game of season]

2 Grand Slams, same game, batting from both sides of plate
7/29/2003 Bill Mueller, Boston Red Sox (W 14-7) at Texas Rangers (American League)

2 Grand Slams in 4 Home Run Game
5/11/1923 Pete Schneider, Vernon Tigers (W 35-11) at Salt Lake City Bees, Bonneville Park (Pacific Coast League)

2 Grand Slams, one game, Major Leagues
5/24/1936 Tony Lazzari, New York Yankees (W 25-2) at Philadelphia Athletics, Shibe Park (American League)
7/4/1936  Jim Tabor, Boston Red Sox (W 18-12) at Philadelphia Athletics, Shibe Park (American League)
7/27/1946 Rudy York, Boston Red Sox (W 13-6) St. Louis Browns (American League)
5/9/1961  Jim Gentile, Baltimore Orioles (W 13-5) at Minnesota Twins (American League)
7/3/1966  Tony Cloninger, Atlanta Braves (W 17-3) at San Francisco Giants, Candlestick Park (National League)
6/24/1968 Jim Northrup, Detroit Tigers (W 14-3) at Cleveland Indians (American League)
6/26/1970 Frank Robinson, Baltimore Orioles (W 12-2) at Washington Senators (American League)
9/4/1995  Robin Ventura, Chicago White Sox (W 14-3) at Texas Rangers (American League)
8/14/1998 Chris Hoiles, Baltimore Orioles (W 15-3) at Cleveland Indians (American League)
4/23/1999 Fernando Tatis, St. Louis Cardinals (W 12-5) at Los Angeles Dodgers (National League)
5/10/1999 Nomar Garciaparra, Boston Red Sox (W 12-4) Seattle Mariners, Fenway Park (American League)
7/29/2003 Bill Mueller, Boston Red Sox (W 14-7) at Texas Rangers (American League)
7/27/2009 Josh Willingham, Washington Nationals (W 14-6) at Milwaukee Brewers (National League)

2 Grand Slams, Pitcher, one game, Major Leagues
7/3/1966  Tony Cloninger, Atlanta Vraves (W 17-3) at San Francisco Giants, Candlestick Park (National League)

2 Grand Slams, one game, International League
1915      Dan Howley, Montreal Royals
1927      Tom Daly, Jersey City Skeeters v. Syracuse Stars
5/4/1944  Joe Cicero, Newark Bears (W 17-8) at Montreal Royals
8/4/1957  Mike Baxes, Buffalo Bisons (W 20-1) Havana Sugar Kings
5/19/2009 Chris Richard, Durham Bulls (W 13-9) Louisville Bats

2 Grand Slams, one game, consecutive ABs, Major Leagues
5/9/1961  Jim Gentile, Baltimore Orioles (W 13-5) at Minnesota Twins (American League)
6/24/1968 Jim Northrup, Detroit Tigers (W 14-3) at Cleveland Indians (American League)
4/23/1999 Fernando Tatis, St. Louis Cardinals (W 12-5) at Los Angeles Dodgers (National League)

2 Grand Slams, 1 in each game of Double Header
5/20/1999 Robin Ventura, New York Mets (W 11-10, W 10-1) v. Milwaukee Brewers (National League) [Twi-Night DH]

3 Grand Slams in 1 week
Jun. 1968 Jim Northrup,  Detroit Tigers (A.L.)
Jul. 1982 Larry Parrish, Texas Rangers (A.L.)

Most Grand Slams, one season
   American League
6 1987 Don Mattingly     New York Yankees
6 2006 Travis Hafner     Cleveland Indians
   National League
5 1955 Ernie Banks       Chicago Cubs
5 2009 Albert Pujols     St. Louis Cardinals
   Pacific Coast League
5 2007 Pete LaForest     Portland Beavers
	 
Most Pinch-Hit Grand Slams, season
2 1978 Mike Ivie          San Francisco Giants   (N.L.)
2 1978 Davey Johnson      Philadelphia Phillies  (N.L.)
2 1998 Darryl Strawberry  New York Yankees       (A.L.)
2 2004 Ben Broussard      Cleveland Indians      (A.L.)
2 2010 Brooks Conrad      Atlanta Braves         (N.L.) 

>Most Pinch-Hit Grand Slams to win game, one season
2 2010 Brooks Conrad      Atlanta Braves         (N.L.)

Most Pinch-Hit Grand Slams, major league career
3 Ron Northey     St. Louis Cardinals & Chicago Cubs           (National League)
3 Willie McCovey  San Francisco Giants & San Diego Padres      (National League)
3 Rich Reese      Minnesota Twins                                  (American League)
3 Ben Broussard   Cleveland Indians &Seattle Mariners          (American League)         

Most Grand Slams, Pitcher, major league career
2 Dizzy Trout     Detroit Tigers                                   (American League)
2 Camilo Pascual  Washington Senators & Minnesota Twins        (American League)
2 Tony Cloninger  Atlanta Braves                                   (National League)
2 Bob Gibson      St. Louis Cardinals                              (National League)
2 Rick Wise       Philadelphia Phillies & St. Louis Cardinals  (National League)
2 Danny Neagle    Pittsburgh Pirates & Colorado Rockies        (National League)

Most Consecutive Games with Home Run, pitcher
4 Ken Brett     Philadelphia Phillies  6/9, 6/13, 5/18 & 6/23/1973 (National League)

Most consecutive games for Switch-Hitter with Home Run from each side of plate, same game
2 Eddie Murray  Baltimore Orioles  5/8-9/1987  (American League)
2 Ken Caminiti  San Diego Padres  9/16-17/1995 (National League)

Switch hitter hitting Home Run from each side of plate, 1st Major League Game (1st hits)
Yasmani Grandal San Diego Padres   6/20/2012   (National League)

Most Consecutive Pinch Hit At Bats hitting a Home Run
3 Lee Lacy   Los Angeles Dodgers  5/2, 5/6 & 5/17/1978  (National League)
3 Del Unser  Montreal Expos       6/30, 7/5 & 7/10/1979 (National League)

Most Pinch-Hit Home Runs, one season
7 Dave Hansen     Los Angeles Dodgers   2000      (N.L.)
7 Craig Wilson    Pittsburgh Pirates    2001      (N.L.)

Most Pinch-Hit Home Runs, career
23 Matt Stairs, 13 teams, 19 years      1992-2011

Grand Slam on 1st Major League at bat
Bill Duggleby     Philadelphia Phillies 4/21/1898 (N.L.)
Brian Dallimore   San Francisco Giants  4/30/2004 (N.L.)
Jeremy Hermida    Florida Marlins       8/21/2005 (N.L.)
Kevin Kouzmanoff  Cleveland Indians     9/2/2006  (A.L.)
Daniel Nava       Boston Red Sox        6/12/2010 (A.L.)

Home Run on 1st Major League pitch
Clise Dudley      Brooklyn Dodgers,     4/27/1929 (N.L.)
Eddie Morgan      St. Louis Cardinals   4/14/1936 (N.L.)
Bill LeFebvre     Boston Red Sox        6/10/1938 (A.L.)
Clyde Vollmer     Cincinnati Reds       5/1/1942  (N.L.)
George Vico       Detroit Tigers        4/20/1948 (A.L.)
Chuck Tanner      Milwaukee Braves      4/12/1955 (N.L.)
Bert Campaneris   Kansas City Athletics 7/23/1964 (A.L.)
Brant Alyea       Washington Senators   9/12/1965 (A.L.)
Don Rose          California Angels     5/24/1972 (A.L.)
Alvis Woods       Toronto Blue Jays     4/7/1977  (A.L.)
Jay Bell          Cleveland Indians     9/20/1986 (A.L.)
Junior Felix      Toronto Blue Jays     5/4/1989  (A.L.)
Jim Bullinger     Chicago Cubs          6/8/1992  (N.L.)
Jay Gainer        Colorado Rockies      5/14/1993 (N.L.)
Esteban Yan       Tampa Bay Devil Rays  6/2/2000  (A.L.)
Chris Richard     St. Louis Cardinals   7/17/2000 (N.L.)
Gene Stechschulte St. Louis Cardinals   4/17/2001 (N.L.)
Marcus Thames     New York Yankees      6/10/2002 (A.L.)
Andy Phillips     New York Yankees      9/26/2004 (A.L.)
Adam Wainwright   St. Louis Cardinals   5/24/2006 (N.L.)
Kevin Kouzmanoff  Cleveland Indians     9/2/2006  (A.L.)
Charlton Jimerson Houston Astros        9/4/2006  (N.L.)
Daniel Nava       Boston Red Sox        6/12/2010 (A.L.)
J.P. Arencibia    Toronto Blue Jays     8/7/2010  (A.L.)
Tommy Milone      Washington Nationals  9/3/2011  (N.L.)
Starling Marte    Pittsburgh Pirates    7/26/2012 (N.L.)

Major League players to hit a Pinch-Hit Home Run on 1st major laegue at-bat:
Bill Duggleby     Philadelphia Phillies   4/21/1898 (N.L.)
                  St. Louis Cardinals     4/14/1936 (N.L.)
Ace Parker        Philadelphia Athletics  4/30/1937 (A.L.)
Les Layton        New York Giants         5/21/1948 (N.L.)
Ted Tappe         Cincinnati Reds         9/14/1950 (N.L.)
Chuck Tanner      Milwaukee Braves        4/12/1955 (N.L.)
John Kennedy      Washington Senators     9/5/1962  (A.L.)
Gates Brown       Detroit Tigers          6/19/1963 (A.L.)
Bill Roman        Detroit Tigers          9/30/1964 (A.L.)
Brant Alyea       Washington Senators     9/12/1965 (A.L.)
Joe Keough        Oakland Athletics       8/7/1968  (A.L.)
Alvis Woods       Toronto Blue Jays       4/7/1977  (A.L.)
Marlon Anderson   Philaadelphia Phillies  9/8/1998  (N.L.)
Gene Stechschulte St. Louis Cardinals     4/17/2001 (N.L.)
Mike Jacobs       New York Mets           8/21/2005 (N.L.)
Jeremy Hermida    Florida Marlins         9/1/2005  (N.L.)
Charlton Jimerson Houston Astros          9/4/2006  (N.L.)
Mark Saccomanno   Houston Astros          9/8/2008  (N.L.)
John Hester       Arizona Diamondbacks    9/28/2009 (N.L.)
 

2 players hitting home runs in 1st Major League at bats, same game
Ernie Koy         Brooklyn Dodgers      4/19/1938 (N.L.) [Opening Day]
Heinie Mueller    Philadelphia Phillies 4/19/1938 (N.L.) [Opening Day]

2 Home Runs in 1st 2 Major League at bats
   One Game
Bob Nieman        St. Louis Browns      9/14/1951  (A.L.)
   Over Two Games
Keith McDonald    St. Louis Cardinals   7/4&6/2000 (N.L.)

Inside-the-Park Home Run on 1st Major League at bat
Luke Stuart       St. Louis Browns      8/8/1921   (A.L.) [at Griffith Stadium]
Johnny LeMaster   San Francisco Giants  9/2/1975   (N.L.) [at Candlestick Park]

Home Runs on first & last Major League at bats
Paul Gillespie
    Chicago Cubs         9/11/1942 (N.L.)
    Chicago Cubs         9/29/1945 (N.L.)
Whitey Lockman
    New York Giants      7/5/1945  (N.L.)
    Cincinnati Reds      6/9/1960  (N.L.)
John Miller
    New York Yankees     9/11/1966 (A.L.)
    Los Angeles Dodgers  9/23/1969 (N.L.)

Home Run on 1st Major League at bat, pitcher
Hoyt Wilhelm      New York Giants       4/23/1952  (N.L.)
Dave Eiland       San Diego Padres      4/10/1992  (N.L.)

Pitcher who gave up home run to 1st batter faced in Major Leagues & hit home run in 1st Major League at bat
Dave Eiland      New York Yankees 8/3/1988  (A.L.) [HR to Paul Molitor, Milwaukee Brewers]
Dave Eiland      San Diego Padres 4/10/1992 (N.L.) [HR off Bobby Ojeda, Los Angeles Dodgers]      

Home Run on 1st at bat of 1st three Major League seasons
Kaz Matsui  New York Mets  2004, 2005 & 2006  (N.L.)

Youngest to hit home run in 1st Major League at bat
   National League
Whitey Lockman   New York Giants  7/5/1945  Age: 18 yrs., 11 months, 14 days
   American League
Jurickson Profar Texas Rangers    9/2/2012  Age: 19 yrs., 6 months, 13 days 

Oldest to hit home run in 1st Major League at bat
   American League
Hack Miller      Detroit Tigers   4/23/1944 Age: 31 yrs., 2 months, 10 days
   National League
Hoyt Wilhelm     New York Giants  4/23/1952 Age: 30 yrs., 3 months, 3 days

Most Home Runs at home, major leagues, single season
1938 39 Hank Greenburg  Detroit Tigers       Briggs Stadium (A.L.)
1998 38 Mark McGwire    St. Louis Cardinals  Busch Stadium  (N.L.)
2001 37 Barry Bonds     San Francisco Giants Pac Bell Park  (N.L.)

Most Home Runs on road, Major League season
1927 32 Babe Ruth       New York Yankees     (American League)
1953 30 Eddie Matthews  Milwaukee Braves     (National League)

Most Home Runs, pinch hitter, season, record progression:
1943  5 Joe Cronin      Boston Red Sox       (American League)
2000  7 Dave Hansen     Los Angeles Dodgers  (National League)
2001  7 Craig Wilson    Pittsburgh Pirates   (National League)

Most Home Runs, leading off game, Major League progression:
1973 11 Bobby Bonds     San Francisco Giants (N.L.)
1996 12 Brady Anderson  Baltimore Orioles    (A.L.)
2003 13 Alfonso Soriano New York Yankees     (A.L.)
Close but no cigar:
2002 11 Jacque Jones    Minnesota Twins      (A.L.)
2007 12 Alfonso Soriano Chicago Cubs         (N.L.)

Most Home Runs vs. one team, season
1936 14 Lou Gehrig      New York Yankees vs. Cleveland Indians (A.L.)
1954 13 Hank Sauer      Chicago Cubs vs. Pittsburgh Pirates    (N.L.)
1956 13 Joe Adcock      Milwaukee Braves vs. Brooklyn Dodgers  (N.L.)

Most Home Runs in One Month, major leagues
20 (June)      1998 Sammy Sosa      Chicago Cubs        (N.L.)
18 (August)    1937 Rudy York       Detroit Tigers      (A.L.)
16 (September) 1949 Ralph Kiner     Pittsburgh Pirates  (N.L.)

Most Home Runs in One Week, major leagues
10 (5/12-5/18/1968) Frank Howard    Washington Senators (A.L.)
 9 (5/19/5/25/2002) Shawn Green     Los Angeles Dodgers (N.L.)

Most Home Runs, one game, pitcher
3 Guy Hecker  Louisville Colonels v. Baltimore Orioles 8/15/1886 (American Association)
3 Jim Tobin   Boston Braves (W 6-5) Chicago Cubs       5/13/1942 (National League) [consecutive] 

Most Home Runs, Pitcher, One Season, major leagues
   American Association
1884 4 Guy Hecker            Louisville Eclipse
1890 7 Jack Stivetts         St. Louis Browns
   National League
1879 2 John Montgomery Ward  Providence Grays
1882 4 Jon Whitney           Boston Red Caps
1885 4 John Clarkson         Chicago White Stockings
1887 6 John Clarkson         Chicago White Stockings
1942 6 Jim Tobin             Boston Braves
1955 7 Don Newcombe          Brooklyn Dodgers
1958 7 Don Drysdale          Los Angeles Dodgers
1965 7 Don Drysdale          Los Angeles Dodgers
2001 7 Mike Hampton          Colorado Rockies
   American League
1931 9 Wes Ferrell           Cleveland Indians
Close but no cigar (A.L.):
1933 7 Wes Ferrell           Cleveland Indians
1935 7 Wes Ferrell           Boston Red Sox
1949 7 Bob Lemon             Cleveland Indians
1966 7 Earl Wilson           Boston Red Sox & Detroit Tigers
1968 7 Earl Wilson           Detroit Tigers

Most Home Runs, Major League career, as pitcher
   HRs as pitcher followed by total HRs
37   38  Wes Ferrell   Cleve.19•Red Sox 17•Wash. 1•Braves 1 1927-41        37 in A.L.,  1 in N.L.
35   37  Bob Lemon     Cleveland Indians                    1946-58        A.L.
35   35  Warren Spahn  Boston/Milwaukee Braves              1946-64        N.L. (none w/Mets or Giants in 1965)
34   36  Red Ruffing   Red Sox 5, Yankees 31                1926,1928-45   A.L.
33   35  Earl Wilson   Red Sox 17, Tigers 17, Padres 1      1962-70        34 in A.L.,  1 in N.L.
21   35  Jack Stivetts St. Louis Browns, Boston Beaneaters  1890-98        14 in A.A., 21 in N.L.

Most Home Runs, Rookie season
   American League
49 1987 Mark McGwire   Oakland Athletics
   National League
38 1930 Wally Berger   Boston Braves
38 1956 Frank Robinson Cincinnati Redlegs

Most Home Runs by switch-hitter, season
   American League
54 1961 Mickey Mantle  New York Yankees
   National League
45 1999 Chipper Jones  Atlanta Braves

Most Inside-the-Park Home Runs, one season:
12 1901 Sam Crawford   Cincinnati Reds   (National League)
 9 1909 Ty Cobb        Detroit Tigers    (American League)
 
Most Inside-the-Park Home Runs, career:
51      Sam Crawford   Cincinnati Reds & Detroit Tigers (1900-17)

Most consecutive at bats without hitting a home run, single season
672 ABs Rabbit Maranville   Pittsburgh Pirates  (N.L.) 1922

Youngest Major League Player to hit a home run
   National League
Tommy Brown   Brooklyn Dodgers        8/20/1945  Age: 17 yrs., 257 days
   American Association
Pat Callaghan Indianapolis Hoosiers   7/6/1884   Age: 17 yrs., 264 days

Oldest Major League Player to hit a home run
   National League
Julio Franco  New York Mets           5/4/2007   Age: 48 yrs., 254 days
   American League
Jack Quinn    Philadelphia Athletics  6/27/1930  Age: 46 yrs., 357 days (pitcher)

Oldest Major League Player to hit a Grand Slam
Julio Franco  Atlanta Braves  (N.L.)  6/27/2005  Age: 46 yrs., 308 days

Players with Most Home Runs in various Major League Ballparks
Ballpark City HRs Player Team
the Polo Grounds New York 323 Mel Ott New York Giants
Wrigley Field Chicago 293 Sammy Sosa Chicago Cubs
Yankee Stadium  I New York 266 Mickey Mantle New York Yankees
Veterans Stadium Philadelphia 265 Mike Schmidt Philadelphia Phillies
Comiskey Park II/U.S. Cellular Field Chicago 263 Frank Thomas Chicago White Sox & Oakland Athletics (2)
Sportsman' Park St. Louis 252 Stan Musial St. Louis, Cardinals
Fenway Park Boston 248 Ted Williams Boston Red Sox
Metropolitan Stadium Bloomington 246 Harmon Killebrew Minnesota Twins
Candlestick Park San Francisco 236 Willie McCovey San Francisco Giants
Coors Field Denver 227 Todd Helton Colorado Rockies
Briggs/Tiger Stadium Detroit 226 Al Kaline Detroit Tigers
Turner Field Atlanta 226 Chipper Jones Atlanta Braves
County Stadium Milwaukee 211 Eddie Matthews Milwaukee Braves
Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium Atlanta 205 Dale Murphy Atlanta Braves

The Kingdome Seattle 198 Ken Griffey, Jr. Seattle Mariners
Jacobs Field Cleveland 190 Jim Thome Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox (7), Minnesota Twins (3) & Baltimpre Orioles (1)
Shibe Park/Connie Mack Stadium Philadelphia 181 Jimmie Foxx Philadelphia Athletics
Crosley Field Cincinnati 176 Frank Robinson Cincinnati Reds
Forbes Field Pittsburgh 175 Ralph Kiner Pittsburgh Pirates
Ebbets Field New York 175 Duke Snider Brooklyn Dodgers
SkyDome Toronto 175 Carlos Delgado Toronto Blue Jays
Baker Bowl Philadelphia 164 Chuck Klein Philadelphia Phillies
Memorial Stadium Baltimore 160 Eddie Murray Baltimore Orioles
AT&T Park San Francisco 160 Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants
Anaheim Stadium/Edison International Field/Angel Stadium Anaheim 160 Tim Salmon California/Anaheim/Los Angeles Angels
Citizens Bank Park Philadelphia 160 Ryan Howard Philadelphia Phillies
The Metrodome Minneapolis 156 Kent Hrbek Minnesota Twins
Enron Field/Minute Maid Park Houston 156 Lance Berkman Houston Astros, St. Louis Cardinals (5) & Texas Rangers (1)
Riverfront Stadium Cincinnati 154 Johnny Bench Cincinnati Reds
Three Rivers Stadium Pittsburgh 147 Willie Stargell Pittsburgh Pirates
Yankee Stadium (refurbished) New York 143 Bernie Williams New York Yankees
Kauffman Stadium Kansas City 136 George Brett Kansas City Royals
Rangers Ballpark Arlington, Texas 130 Rafael Palmeiro Texas Rangers & Baltimore Orioles (6)
Shea Stadium New York 127 Darryl Strawberry New York Mets
League Park Cleveland 126 Earl Averill Cleveland Indians
The Astrodome Houston 126 Jeff Bagwell Houston Astros
Olympic Stadium Montreal 126 Vladmir Guerrero Montreal Expos
Camden Yards Baltimore 124 Rafael Palmeiro Baltimore Orioles
Busch Stadium St. Louis 123 Ray Lankford St. Louis Cardinals
Miller Field Milwaukee 123 Prince Fielder Milwaukee Brewers
Municipal Stadium Cleveland 119 Andre Thornton Cleveland Indians
RFK Memorial Stadium Washington, D.C. 116 Frank Howard Washington Senators
Great America Ball Park Cincinnati 126 Adam Dunn Cincinnati Reds & Washington Nationals (1)
Comerica Park Detroit 116 Miguel Cabrera Detroit Tigers
Busch Stadium II St. Louis 110 Albert Pujols St. Louis Cardinals
Braves Field Boston 105 Wally Berger Boston Braves

Exhibition Stadium Toronto 99 Jesse Barfield Toronto Blue Jays
Comiskey Park Chicago 94 Carlton Fisk Chicago White Sox
Arlington Stadium Arlington 91 Ruben Sierra Texas Rangers
Griffith Stadium Washington, D.C. 91 Roy Sievers Washington Senators
Tropicana Field St. Petersburg 86 Carlos Pena Tampa Bay Devil Rays/Rays & Detroit Tigers (1)
Safeco Field Seattle 83 Raul Ibanez Seattle Mariners & Kansas City Royals (4)
Yankee Stadium II New York 79 Mark Teixeira New York Yankees
Dolphin Stadium Miami 78 Dan Ugglia Florida Marlins & Atlanta Braves (1)
Jack Murphy Stadium San Diego 73 Nate Colbert San Diego Padres & Montreal Expos (1)
Nationals Park Washington, D.C. 63 Ryan Zimmerman Washington Nationals
PNC Park Pittsburgh 61 Jason Bay Pittsburgh Pirates
PetCo Park San Diego 60 Adrian Gonzalez San Diego Padres & Los Angeles Dodgers (3)
Jarry Park Montreal 58 Ron Fairly Montreal Expos
Municipal Stadium Kansas City, Mo. 48 Hector Lopez Kansas City Athletics & NY Yankees (4)
West Side Grounds Chicago 46 Frank Schulte Chicago Cubs
West Side Park Chicago 45 Fred Pfeffer Chicago White Stockings
South End Grounds Boston 44 Herman Long Boston Beaneaters
Citi Field New York 40 David Wright New York Mets
League Park Cincinnati 38 John Reilly Cincinnati Red Stockings (AA) & Reds
Philadelphia Baseball Grounds Philadelphia 38 Sam Thompson Detroit Wolverines (2), Philadelhia Quakers & Phillies
Jefferson Street Ground Philadelphia 38 Harry Stovey Philadelphia Athletics (AA)
Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles 38 Charlie Neal Los Angeles Dodgers
Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles 38 Duke Snider Los Angeles Dodgers
Seals Stadium San Francisco 32 Willie Mays San Francisco Giants
Marlins Park Miami 31 Giancarlo Stanton Miami Marlins
Mile High Stadium Denver 29 Andres Galarraga Colorado Rockies
Recreation Park Detroit 27 Dan Brouthers Detroit Wolverines (NL) & Buffalo Bisons (NL•8)
Lake Front Park Chicago 27 Ned Williamson Chicago White Stockings
Exposition Park III Pittsburgh 25 Jake Beckley Pittsburgh Burghers (PL) & Pirates
Target Field Minneapolis 24 Jim Thome Minnesota Twins, Philadelphia Phillies (2) & Cleveland Indians (1)
Huntington Avenue Grounds Boston 23 Buck Freeman Boston Americans
Eclipse Park Louisville 21 Fred Clarke Louisville Colonels
Colt Stadium Houston 21 Bob Aspromonte Houston Colt 45s
Wrigley Field Los Angeles 19 Leon Wagner Los Angeles Angels
Washington Park III New York 17 Tim Jordan Brooklyn Superbas
Washington Park III New York 17 Jimmy Sheckard Brooklyn Superbas & Chicago Cubs (1)
Bennett Park Detroit 17 Sam Crawford Detroit Tigers
Robison Field St. Louis 16 Rogers Hornsby St. Louis Cardinals
Eastern Park Brooklyn 15 Tom Daly Brooklyn Bridegrooms
Hilltop Park New York 14 Hal Chase New York Highlanders
Sick's Stadium Seattle 13 Don Mincher Seattle Pilots
Boundary Field Washington, D.C. 22 Bill Joyce Washington Sentors (N.L.) & Brooklyn Superbas (1)
Washington Park II Brooklyn 11 Oyster Burns Brooklyn Bridegrooms
Washington Park IV New York 9 Steve Evans Brooklyn Tip-Tops (FL)
Washington Park I Brooklyn 6 Germany Smith Brooklyn Grays & Bridegrooms
Estadio Herman Bithorn San Juan, Puerto Rico 6 Brian Schneider Montreal Expos
Cashman Field Las Vegas 3 Scott Brosius Oakland Athletics
Cashman Field Las Vegas 3 Bobby Higginson Detroit Tigers
Estadio de Beisbol Monterrey, Mexico 3 Ken Caminiti San Diego Padres
Roosevelt Stadium Jersey City 2 Eddie Matthews Milwaukee Braves
Roosevelt Stadium Jersey City 2 Duke Snider Brooklyn Dodgers
Tokyo Dome Tokyo, Japan 2 Jorge Posada New York Yankees
Wide World of Sport Lake Buena Vista, Fla. 2 Victor Diaz Texas Rangers
Wide World of Sport Lake Buena Vista, Fla. 2 Matt Stairs Toronto Blue Jays
Wide World of Sport Lake Buena Vista, Fla. 2 Delmon Young Tampa Bay Devil Rays
Aloha Stadium Honolulu 1 Ron Gant St. Louis Cardinals

Single-Season Home Run Record Holders by Franchise & Team Name

Team                      HR    Player             Year

Atlanta Braves 51 Andruw Jones 2005 Boston Braves 38 Wally Berger 1930 Milwaukee Braves 47 Eddie Matthews 1953 Arizona Diamondbacks 57 Luis Gonzalez 2001 Baltimore Orioles 51 Chris Davis 2013 St. Louis Browns 39 Ken Williams 1922 Boston Red Sox 54 David Ortiz 2006 Chicago Cubs 66 Sammy Sosa 1998 Chicago White Sox 49 Albert Belle 1998 Cincinnati Reds 52 George Foster 1977 Cincinnati Redlegs 49 Ted Kluszewski 1954 Cleveland Indians 52 Jim Thome 2002 Colorado Rockies 49 Larry Walker 1997 49 Todd Helton 2001 Detroit Tigers 58 Hank Greenberg 1938 Florida Marlins 42 Gary Sheffield 1996 Miami Marlins 37 Guancarlo Stanton 2012 Houston Astros 47 Jeff Bagwell 2000 Kansas City Royals 36 Steve Balboni 1985 Los Angeles Angels 37 Leon Wagner 1962 California Angels 39 Reggie Jackson 1982 Anaheim Angels 47 Troy Glaus 2000 Los Angeles Dodgers 49 Shawn Green 2001 Brooklyn Dodgers 43 Duke Snider 1956 Milwaukee Brewers 50 Prince Fielder 2007 Minnesota Twins 49 Harmon Killebrew 1964 49 Harmon Killebrew 1969 Washington Senators 42 Roy Sievers 1957 42 Harmon Killebrew 1959 New York Mets 41 Todd Hundley 1996 41 Carlos Beltran 2006 New York Yankees 61 Roger Maris 1961 Oakland Athletics 52 Mark McGwire 1996 Philadelphia Athletics 58 Jimmie Foxx 1932 Kansas City Athletics 38 Bob Cerv 1958 Philadelphia Phillies 58 Ryan Howard 2006 Pittsburgh Pirates 54 Ralph Kiner 1949 St. Louis Cardinals 70 Mark McGwire 1998 San Diego Padres 50 Greg Vaughn 1998 San Francisco Giants 73 Barry Bonds 2001 New York Giants 51 Johnny Mize 1947 51 Willie Mays 1955 Seattle Mariners 56 Ken Griffey, Jr. 1997 56 Ken Griffey, Jr. 1998 Tampa Bay Devil Rays 46 Carlos Pena 2007 Texas Rangers 57 Alex Rodriguez 2002 Washington Senators 48 Frank Howard 1969 Toronto Blue Jays 47 George Bell 1987 Washington Nationals 46 Alfonso Soriano 2006 Montreal Expos 44 Vladimir Gierrero 2000

Career Home Runs Leaders for Team Franchises

HRs  Player             Franchise

733 Hank Aaron Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves 659 Babe Ruth New York Yankees 646 Willie Mays New York/San Francisco Giants 559 Harmon Killebrew Washington Senators/Minnesota Twins 548 Mike Schmidt Philadelphia Phillies 545 Sammy Sosa Chicago Cubs 521 Ted Williams Boston Red Sox 475 Willie Stargell Pittsburgh Pirates 475 Stan Musial St. Louis Cardinals 449 Frank Thomas Chicago White Sox 449 Jeff Bagwell Houston Astros 431 Cal Ripken Baltimore Orioles 417 Ken Griffey, Jr. Seattle Mariners 399 Al Kaline Detroit Tigers 389 Johnny Bench Cincinnati Reds 389 Duke Snider Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers 372 Juan Gonzalez Texas Rangers 363 Mark McGwire Oakland Athletics 336 Carlos Delgado Toronto Blue Jays 334 Jim Thome Cleveland Indians 325 Todd Helton Colorado Rockies 317 George Brett Kansas City Royals 299 Tim Salmon Los Angeles Angels 252 Darryl Strawberry New York Mets 251 Robin Yount Milwaukee Brewers 234 Vladimir Guerrero Montreal Expos (Washington Nationals franchise) 224 Luis Gonzalez Arizona Diamondbacks 163 Nate Colbert San Diego Padres 143 Mike Lowell Florida Marlins 128 Aubrey Huff Tampa Bay Rays

Also see list of all players with field goals of 60 yards or more in the history of American football.

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This list compiled and designed by P.S.Luchter

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