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    [updated:LAST EDITED ON Aug-01-02 AT 03:55 PM (EDT)]How many times has that been achieved in a season?

  • #2
    RE: 40 HR/40 2B

    Unless I left anyone off, it's only been done 25 times. The following is a list of the players that have accomplished this feat:

    Three times: Gehrig
    Twice: Ruth, Greenberg, Klein, Belle, Helton
    Once: Juan Gonzalez, Bagwell, Hornsby, Stargell, Frank Thomas, Shawn Green, Trosky, Burks, Larry Walker, Chipper Jones, Delgado, and Richard Hidalgo

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    • #3
      RE: 40 HR/40 2B

      I think albert Belle did it one year with Cleveland - he might have had 50/50.

      Of course he's still a dog
      pb::

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      • #4
        RE: 40 HR/40 2B

        Belle did it once with Cleveland and once with Chicago. His 50/50 season in Cleveland is the only time that was ever accomplished in Major League history.

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        • #5
          RE: 40 HR/40 2B

          Newbie here..

          A-rod did it, he has a 40-40 back in 98' i think... not sure if it's first shortstop to pull it off!
          pb::

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          • #6
            RE: 40 HR/40 2B

            Welcome to the forums!

            A-rod was 40/40 as far as 40 HR and 40 SB, but the question specifically referred to players with 40 HR and 40 2B in the same season. A-rod has never accomplished that.

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            • #7
              A rod never did it !!!!!!

              Manny ramirez did !

              How soon we forget 2004 44 2bs 43 hrs .......

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              • #8
                oops

                didnt notice the date - im alittle late to the party

                but a rod still has never done it.

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                • #9
                  Nobody forgot. It didn't happen yet. This thread is from 2002.
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                  • #10
                    Wake up hammerin hank

                    see the above

                    i accept your apology !

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                    • #11
                      Here's an updated list through 2005:

                      HR 2B

                      Babe Ruth 1921 59 44
                      Albert Belle 1995 50 52
                      Albert Belle 1998 49 48
                      Lou Gehrig 1934 49 40
                      Todd Helton 2001 49 54
                      Larry Walker 1997 49 46
                      Lou Gehrig 1927 47 52
                      David Ortiz 2005 47 40
                      Albert Pujols 2004 46 51
                      Derrek Lee 2005 46 50
                      Chipper Jones 1999 45 41
                      Juan Gonzalez 1998 45 50
                      Richard Hidalgo 2000 44 42
                      Willie Stargell 1973 44 43
                      Chuck Klein 1929 43 45
                      Albert Pujols 2003 43 51
                      Jeff Bagwell 1997 43 40
                      Manny Ramirez 2004 43 44
                      Frank Thomas 2000 43 44
                      Mark Teixeira 2005 43 41
                      Shawn Green 1999 42 45
                      Hal Trosky 1936 42 45
                      Todd Helton 2000 42 59
                      Rogers Hornsby 1922 42 46
                      Carlos Delgado 2000 41 57
                      Lou Gehrig 1930 41 42
                      Babe Ruth 1923 41 45
                      Hank Greenberg 1940 41 50
                      David Ortiz 2004 41 47
                      Chuck Klein 1930 40 59
                      Ellis Burks 1996 40 45
                      Hank Greenberg 1937 40 49
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                      • #12
                        SEVEN of these incidences occuring since 2003.
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                        • #13
                          Great info KC Thanks

                          Originally posted by KCGHOST
                          Here's an updated list through 2005:

                          HR 2B

                          Babe Ruth 1921 59 44
                          Albert Belle 1995 50 52
                          Albert Belle 1998 49 48
                          Lou Gehrig 1934 49 40
                          Todd Helton 2001 49 54
                          Larry Walker 1997 49 46
                          Lou Gehrig 1927 47 52
                          David Ortiz 2005 47 40
                          Albert Pujols 2004 46 51
                          Derrek Lee 2005 46 50
                          Chipper Jones 1999 45 41
                          Juan Gonzalez 1998 45 50
                          Richard Hidalgo 2000 44 42
                          Willie Stargell 1973 44 43
                          Chuck Klein 1929 43 45
                          Albert Pujols 2003 43 51
                          Jeff Bagwell 1997 43 40
                          Manny Ramirez 2004 43 44
                          Frank Thomas 2000 43 44
                          Mark Teixeira 2005 43 41
                          Shawn Green 1999 42 45
                          Hal Trosky 1936 42 45
                          Todd Helton 2000 42 59
                          Rogers Hornsby 1922 42 46
                          Carlos Delgado 2000 41 57
                          Lou Gehrig 1930 41 42
                          Babe Ruth 1923 41 45
                          Hank Greenberg 1940 41 50
                          David Ortiz 2004 41 47
                          Chuck Klein 1930 40 59
                          Ellis Burks 1996 40 45
                          Hank Greenberg 1937 40 49
                          Are Manny and Papi the only teammates to do it in the same year (2004)
                          IT looks like thats the case,if so what a great stat ,if not let me know.

                          thanks again

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Hammerin Hank
                            SEVEN of these incidences occuring since 2003.
                            Willie Stargell was the only player to do it ouside of the biggest offensive eras of all time-the 20s/30s and the 90s/2000s. Just shows how important offensive context is.

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                            • #15
                              This is why Duke Snider is so overrated.

                              Check out his HR totals from 1953-1957 in Ebbots...and then look from 1958 on.

                              One of the most overrated players in baseball history.

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