In ballparks and backyards across America, children pretend to be Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron, Barry Bonds, and other famous players. The kids know, as Mark McGwire said, "Home runs are cool." Home run hitters, and others who performed at the plate became idols because they dominate the hitting charts.
The following baseball hitting clubs, Top 1,000 career hitting charts and Top 500 single season hitting charts are meant to answer virtually any question you may have about the statistical leaders for most-hitting stats.
NOTE: If there are additional statistical data sets you would like us to add please contact us (Help, Feedback). Active players' names appear in bold print.
"Baseball was, is, and always will be to me the best game in the world." - Babe Ruth (Congressional Record, Volume 146, Part 3, March 21, 2000 to April 4, 2000 - Page 3,813)
Career | Single Season | Year by Year | League by League Statistical Leaders
Did you know that six ballplayers in Major League Baseball history are members of both the 500 Home Runs Club and the 3,000 Hits Club ? Who will be the next to join this elite group? Research the clubs, check the leader boards, and tell us on Baseball Fever .
|Single Season Clubs||Career Clubs|
|30 / 30 Club||500 Home Runs Club|
|40 / 40 Club||3,000 Hits Club|
|.400 Hitters Club|
Do you know how many ballplayers have hit 40 home runs AND stolen 40 bases during the same season? Do you like hitting clubs like this? Would you like to see more? Share your thoughts with us and we'll see if we can build it for you.
Do you know the active players who are slugging average leaders ? How about in the American League? How about in the National League? Every chart in this section displays active players' names in bold face to keep it nice, simple & easy to use.