Through Sept. 25
American League
184 - Lou Gehrig, N.Y. Yankees, 1931
183 - Hank Greenberg, Detroit Tigers, 1937
175 - Lou Gehrig, N.Y. Yankees, 1927
175 - Jimmie Foxx, Boston Red Sox, 1938
174 - Lou Gehrig, N.Y. Yankees, 1930
171 - Babe Ruth, N.Y. Yankees, 1921
170 - Hank Greenberg, Detroit Tigers, 1935
169 - Jimmie Foxx, Philadelphia A's, 1932
167 - Joe DiMaggio, N.Y. Yankees, 1937
165 - Al Simmons, Philadelphia A's, 1930
165 - Lou Gehrig, N.Y. Yankees, 1934
165 - Manny Ramirez, Cleveland Indians, 1999
164 - Babe Ruth, N.Y. Yankees, 1927
163 - Babe Ruth, N.Y. Yankees, 1931
163 - Jimmie Foxx, Philadelphia A's, 1933
162 - Hal Trosky, Cleveland Indians, 1936
159 - Lou Gehrig, N.Y. Yankees, 1937
159 - Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox, 1949
159 - Vern Stephens, Boston Red Sox, 1949
157 - Juan Gonzalez, Texas Rangers, 1998
157 - Al Simmons, Philadelphia A's, 1929
156 - Jimmie Foxx, Philadelphia A's, 1930
155 - Ken Williams, St. Louis Browns, 1922
155 - Joe DiMaggio, N.Y. Yankees, 1948
154 - Babe Ruth, N.Y. Yankees, 1929
153 - Babe Ruth, N.Y. Yankees, 1930
152 - Lou Gehrig, N.Y. Yankees, 1936
152 - Albert Belle, Chicago White Sox, 1998
151 - Lou Gehrig, N.Y. Yankees, 1932
151 - Al Simmons, Philadelphia A's, 1932
151 - Alex Rodriguez, N.Y. Yankees, 2007
150 - Miguel Tejada, Baltimore, 2004
150 - Hank Greenberg, Detroit Tigers, 1940
National League
191 - Hack Wilson, Chicago Cubs, 1930
170 - Chuck Klein, Philadelphia Phillies, 1930
160 - Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs, 2001
159 - Hack Wilson, Chicago Cubs, 1929
158 - Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs, 1998
154 - Joe Medwick, St. Louis Cardinals, 1937
153 - Tommy Davis, L.A. Dodgers, 1962
152 - Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis Cardinals, 1922
151 - Mel Ott, N.Y. Giants, 1929
150 - Andres Galarraga, Colorado Rockies, 1996
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