Table of Contents
- 1 Who holds the record for most consecutive hits in Major League Baseball?
- 2 What is the MLB record for most consecutive hits to start a season?
- 3 Who has the second most hits in baseball?
- 4 What is the longest at bat in MLB history?
- 5 Who holds the record for most strikeouts without a walk?
- 6 Who has the most hits in the MLB 2021?
- 7 Has anyone ever had 3 hits in one inning?
- 8 Can Pujols hit 700?
- 9 Who is the baseball player with the most hits in his career?
- 10 Who was the first switch hitter in Major League Baseball?
Who holds the record for most consecutive hits in Major League Baseball?
Since 1941, Joe DiMaggio has stood alone in Major League history, having strung together his iconic 56-game hitting streak. Below is a list of every player to hit in at least 30 consecutive games.
What is the MLB record for most consecutive hits to start a season?
The record for consecutive hits is 12, shared by three players: Johnny Kling of he 1902 Cubs, Pinky Higgins of the 1938 Red Sox, and Walt Dropo of the 1952 Tigers.
Who has the second most hits in baseball?
Career Leaders & Records for Hits
|Rank||Player (yrs, age)||Hits|
|1.||Pete Rose (24)||4256|
|2.||Ty Cobb+ (24)||4189|
|3.||Henry Aaron+ (23)||3771|
|4.||Stan Musial+ (22)||3630|
Has there ever been a 7 hit game?
Five players have accomplished the feat more than once in their career; no player has ever recorded more than seven hits in a nine-inning game. Guy Hecker, the only pitcher to have accomplished the feat, also broke the single-game major league record for runs scored with seven.
What is the longest home run ever hit?
The Longest Home Run Ever Was So Deep, It Fooled the Camera Man
- 535 Feet: Adam Dunn (Cincinnati Reds, 2004), Willie Stargell (Pittsburgh Pirates, 1978)
- 539 Feet: Reggie Jackson (Oakland Athletics, 1971)
- 565 Feet: Mickey Mantle (New York Yankees, 1953)
- 575 Feet: Babe Ruth (New York Yankees, 1921)
What is the longest at bat in MLB history?
Belt hit 16 foul balls in the first-inning battle against Jaime Barria that ended in a fly ball to right field. Belt’s 21-pitch at-bat is the longest on record since 1988, as far back as the data is available, but his regular-season feat was surpassed in a Spring Training game by the Mets’ Luis Guillorme.
Who holds the record for most strikeouts without a walk?
Yankees right-hander Gerrit Cole set an MLB record for strikeouts without a walk on Monday, extending his streak to 61 before walking Joey Gallo in the third inning against the Rangers.
Who has the most hits in the MLB 2021?
MLB Postseason Stat Leaders 2021
|1 Enrique HernandezBOS||19|
|2 Eddie RosarioATL||14|
|2 Mookie BettsLAD||14|
|4 Michael BrantleyHOU||13|
Who holds most baseball records?
Career Leaders & Records for Wins
|Rank||Player (yrs, age)||Wins|
|1.||Cy Young+ (22)||511|
|2.||Walter Johnson+ (21)||417|
|3.||Pete Alexander+ (20)||373|
|Christy Mathewson+ (17)||373|
What is the record for most hits to start a career?
Below is the list of the 286 Major League Baseball players who have reached the 2,000 hit milestone during their career in MLB. Pete Rose holds the Major League record for most career hits, with 4,256. Rose and Ty Cobb, second most, are the only players with 4,000 or more career hits.
Has anyone ever had 3 hits in one inning?
Sixty year ago today (June 18, 1953) Boston Red Sox left fielder Gene Stephens – a 20-year-old rookie (only 21 games the year before) – became the first American Leaguer to collect three hits in a single inning.
Can Pujols hit 700?
The only other player to have hit 700 or more is Babe Ruth with 714. Alex Rodriguez (696), Albert Pujols (679), Willie Mays (660), Ken Griffey Jr. (630), Jim Thome (612), and Sammy Sosa (609) are the only other players to have hit 600 or more.
Who is the baseball player with the most hits in his career?
Below is the list of the 285 Major League Baseball players who have reached the 2,000 hit milestone during their career in MLB. Pete Rose holds the Major League record for most career hits, with 4,256. Rose and Ty Cobb are the only players with 4,000 career hits.
Who was the first MLB player to hit 52 games in a season?
This list omits Denny Lyons of the 1887 American Association Philadelphia Athletics, who had a 52-game hitting streak. In 1887, the major leagues adopted a new rule which counted walks as hits, a rule which was dropped after that season.
Who was the first baseball player to ever hit a home run?
Hall of Fame pitcher Hoyt Wilhelm homered in his first at bat. He never hit another home run in his Major League career.
Who was the first switch hitter in Major League Baseball?
George Davis was the first switch hitter to collect 2,000 hits, achieving that total during the 1902 season. There are currently four active players with at least 2,000 career hits, led by Albert Pujols (3,274). Rank amongst leaders in career hits.