|Rank||Player (yrs, age)||Home Runs|
|1.||Albert Pujols (20, 40)||662|
|2.||Miguel Cabrera (18, 37)||487|
|3.||Edwin Encarnacion (16, 37)||424|
|4.||Nelson Cruz (16, 39)||417|
Which MLB has the most home runs in 2019?
2019 National League Leaders
- BATTING. Home runs.
- NL/MLB — Pete Alonso (NYM): 53. No rookie had ever led his league in home runs outright before 2019. …
- AL — Jorge Soler (KC): 48. …
- Batting average.
- AL/MLB — Tim Anderson (CWS): .335. …
- NL — Christian Yelich (MIL): .329. …
- NL/MLB — Anthony Rendon (WSH): 126.
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Who leads the MLB in home runs 2020?
MLB Stat Leaders 2020
|1 Luke VoitNYY||22|
|2 Jose AbreuCHW||19|
|3 Marcell OzunaATL||18|
|4 Mike TroutLAA||17|
Who has the most HBP in baseball?
Below is the list of the top 100 Major League Baseball players who have been hit by a pitch the most during their MLB careers. Hughie Jennings holds the Major League record for most hit by pitches, getting hit 287 times in his career.
How many home runs have been hit so far in 2020?
Home runs as a percentage of all batted balls, July 23 to August 11
Who gave up the most home runs in 2019?
He allowed 23 home runs but only 49 total runs, or 46.9 percent. (Verlander is at 58.3 percent so far in 2019). Kershaw led the league in both ERA (2.31) and ERA+ (179) that year.
Most home runs as a percentage of hits.
Who is the shortest player in the MLB?
Who stands tallest among baseball’s smallest players? Jose Altuve is the shortest player in baseball at 5-foot-6, but there are more than 100 MLB players under 6 feet.
What pitcher has hit the most batters?
Career Leaders & Records for Hit By Pitch
|Rank||Player (yrs, age)||Hit By Pitch|
|1.||Gus Weyhing (14)||277|
|2.||Chick Fraser (14)||219|
|3.||Pink Hawley (10)||210|
|4.||Walter Johnson+ (21)||205|
How many times has Rizzo been hit?
After nine years of taking his spot in the batter’s box, Anthony Rizzo has been hit 145 times.
Which team has the most home runs?
HOME RUN RECORDS BY MLB TEAMS DURING A SINGLE SEASON
|Fewest Home Runs in a Season by a Team Single Season Team Based Home Run Records|
|Most Home Runs in a Season by a Team||AL||2019 Minnesota Twins|
|NL||2019 Los Angeles Dodgers|