When was the last time someone stole 100 bases?

When was the last time someone stole 100 bases?

100 stolen bases, one season In the modern era, Ty Cobb set a single-season mark of 96 stolen bases in 1915 that lasted until it was broken by Maury Wills with 104 in 1962. A new modern mark was set by Lou Brock with 118 in 1974, and again by Rickey Henderson with 130 in 1982.

How many stolen bases are there in 2019?

Year National League SB
2021 (NL AL) Trea Turner (2TM) 40
2020 (NL AL) Trevor Story (COL) 24
2019 (NL AL) Ronald Acuna Jr. (ATL) 46
2018 (NL AL) Trea Turner (WSN) 45

Who had the most steals in MLB history?

Rickey Henderson+
Career Leaders & Records for Stolen Bases

Rank Player (yrs, age) Stolen Bases
1. Rickey Henderson+ (25) 1406
2. Lou Brock+ (19) 938
3. Billy Hamilton+ (14) 914
4. Ty Cobb+ (24) 897

Who has the most stolen bases in 2021?

MLB Stat Leaders 2021

Stolen Bases SB
1 S. MarteMIA/OAK 47
2 W. MerrifieldKC 40
3 T. TurnerWSH/LAD 32
4 C. MullinsBAL 30

Who has the most stolen bases in one year?

In 1962, Maury Wills had what BBRT considers the most dominant single-season performance on the base paths ever. The 29-year-old Dodgers’ shortstop stole 104 bases to lead the National League – and all of MLB.

Who had the most stolen bases in one season?

Hugh Nicol is the leader for the most stolen bases in one season, with 138 stolen bases in 1887. Brock held the all-time career stolen bases before being surpassed by Henderson in 1991. Brock had held the record from 1977 to 1991.

What is the record for most stolen bases?

The record for most career stolen bases in the postseason is 34 by Kenny Lofton (USA) playing for several teams. Lofton surpassed the previous mark of 33 by Rickey Henderson (USA).

What MLB player has the most career stolen bases?

As of September 2018, Rickey Henderson holds the MLB career stolen base record with 1,406. He is the only MLB player to have reached the 1,000 stolen bases milestone in his career.

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