Through Sept. 28
2007 - Alex Rodriguez, N.Y. Yankees, 54 HRs, 155 RBIs
2001 - Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs, 64 HRs, 160 RBIs
1998 - Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs, 66 HRs, 158 RBIs
1938 - Jimmie Foxx, Boston Red Sox, 50 HRs, 175 RBIs
1932 - Jimmie Foxx, Philadelphia Athletics, 58 HRs, 169 RBIs
1930 - Hack Wilson, Chicago Cubs, 56 HRs, 191 RBIs
1927 - Babe Ruth, N.Y. Yankees, 60 HRs, 164 RBIs
1921 - Babe Ruth, N.Y. Yankees, 59 HRs, 171 RBIS

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