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    Is the record for this 94 times by Ruth, followed by Cravath with 30 and Pike with 16? (teams must have played a decent portion of the season, not 5 games and then folded)
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    I get the following for 1901 or later:

    Code:
    Player             Number
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    Babe Ruth            94
    Gavvy Cravath        34
    Lou Gehrig           20
    Rogers Hornsby       16
    Cy Williams          16
    Jimmie Foxx          14
    Harry Davis          13
    Frank Schulte        13
    Fred Luderus         11
    Hack Wilson          11
    Tilly Walker         10
    Mel Ott              10
    Charlie Hickman      10
    Buck Freeman         10
    Last edited by wrgptfan; 01-06-2006, 06:09 AM.
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    • #3
      I'll throw in this bit of info here.

      In recent years,2 players have come very close to equaling a single teams' season HR total.

      In 1979,Dave Kingman of the Cubs hit 48 home runs.That same season,the Houston Astros hit 49 as a team.

      In 1981,Mike Schmidt of the Phillies hit 31 home runs.The San Diego Padres hit 32 as a team.

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