Everything You Need to Know About the 300 Home Run Club

300 home run club

Last Updated on January 16, 2024 by Matt Musico

There are plenty of exclusive home run lists in MLB history, whether we’re talking about the most home runs all time, the most in a single season, or each team’s single-season and all-time leaders. But another one that’s quite exclusive despite not getting as much attention as others is the 300 Home Run Club.

If you’re an avid MLB Immaculate Grid player like myself, it hasn’t been too long since you last had to pull a player from your memory who has slugged at least 300 homers during their career. Before the next grid drops, take a peek at the below list to get some studying in.

First, we’ll answer some frequently asked questions about the 300 Home Run Club, followed by the players who are members. For each player, you’ll be able to see which teams they played for throughout their respective careers, as well as how many homers they slugged at each stop.

Who Was the First Player to Reach 300 Home Runs?

It probably won’t take you many guesses to figure out which player was the first to surpass the 300-homer plateau. That’s right, it was New York Yankees legend Babe Ruth. He accomplished the feat on September 8, 1925. Of course, Ruth would go on to hit 414 *more* home runs before his career was finished.

Mel Ott was the first National League player to reach this number. He did it on August 20, 1937, while playing for the New York Giants. Ott finished his Hall of Fame career with 511 dingers.

Who is the Youngest Player to Reach 300 Home Runs?

At 27 years and 249 days old, Alex Rodriguez is currently the youngest player to hit his 300th home run. Andruw Jones holds the National League record at 28 years and 144 days old.

If you’re wondering which players did it the fastest, there are two answers. Ralph Kiner did it in the fewest games played (1,087). Meanwhile, Ruth holds the record for the fewest at-bats needed to reach the milestone (3,830).

How Many Players Have Hit 300 Home Runs?

As it currently stands, there are 159 different players in the 300 Home Run Club. Six joined during the 2023 season: Nolan Arenado, Freddie Freeman, J.D. Martinez, Manny Machado, Bryce Harper, and Carlos Santana. So, that gives us 10 active players in this group heading into 2024.

Which Players Could Reach 300 Home Runs Soon?

While looking at Baseball-Reference’s career home run leaderboard, six players will enter 2024 with 250-plus home runs. They include the following:

300 Home Run Club: No. 1-26

Barry Bonds: 762 Home Runs

  • San Francisco Giants: 586
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: 176

Hank Aaron: 755 Home Runs

  • Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves: 733
  • Milwaukee Brewers: 22

Babe Ruth: 714 Home Runs

  • New York Yankees: 659
  • Boston Red Sox: 49
  • Boston Braves: 6

Albert Pujols: 703 Home Runs

  • St. Louis Cardinals: 469
  • Los Angeles Angels: 222
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 12

Alex Rodriguez: 696 Home Runs

  • New York Yankees: 351
  • Seattle Mariners: 189
  • Texas Rangers: 156

Willie Mays: 660 Home Runs

  • New York/San Francisco Giants: 646
  • New York Mets: 14

Ken Griffey Jr.: 630 Home Runs

  • Seattle Mariners: 417
  • Cincinnati Reds: 210
  • Chicago White Sox: 3

Jim Thome: 612 Home Runs

  • Cleveland Indians: 337
  • Philadelphia Phillies: 101
  • Chicago White Sox: 134
  • Minnesota Twins: 37
  • Baltimore Orioles: 3
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 0

Sammy Sosa: 609 Home Runs

  • Chicago Cubs: 545
  • Chicago White Sox: 28
  • Texas Rangers: 22
  • Baltimore Orioles: 14

Frank Robinson: 586 Home Runs

  • Cincinnati Reds: 324
  • Baltimore Orioles: 179
  • Cleveland Indians: 14
  • California Angels: 50
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 19

Mark McGwire: 583 Home Runs

  • Oakland Athletics: 363
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 220

Harmon Killebrew: 573 Home Runs

  • Minnesota Twins: 559
  • Kansas City Royals: 14

Rafael Palmeiro: 569 Home Runs

  • Texas Rangers: 321
  • Baltimore Orioles: 223
  • Chicago Cubs: 25

Reggie Jackson: 563 Home Runs

  • Oakland Athletics: 269
  • California Angels: 123
  • New York Yankees: 144
  • Baltimore Orioles: 27

Manny Ramirez: 555 Home Runs

  • Cleveland Indians: 236
  • Boston Red Sox: 274
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 44
  • Chicago White Sox: 1
  • Tampa Bay Rays: 0

Mike Schmidt: 548 Home Runs

  • Philadelphia Phillies: 548

David Ortiz: 541 Home Runs

  • Boston Red Sox: 483
  • Minnesota Twins: 58

Mickey Mantle: 536 Home Runs

  • New York Yankees: 536

Jimmie Foxx: 534 Home Runs

  • Philadelphia Athletics: 302
  • Boston Red Sox: 222
  • Chicago Cubs: 3
  • Philadelphia Phillies: 7

Willie McCovey: 521 Home Runs

  • San Francisco Giants: 469
  • San Diego Padres: 52
  • Oakland Athletics: 0

Frank Thomas: 521 Home Runs

  • Chicago White Sox: 448
  • Toronto Blue Jays: 29
  • Oakland Athletics: 44

Ted Williams: 521 Home Runs

  • Boston Red Sox: 521

Ernie Banks: 512 Home Runs

  • Chicago Cubs: 512

Eddie Mathews: 512 Home Runs

  • Boston/Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves: 493
  • Detroit Tigers: 9
  • Houston Astros: 10

Miguel Cabrera: 511 Home Runs

  • Detroit Tigers: 373
  • Florida Marlins: 138

Mel Ott: 511 Home Runs

  • New York Giants: 511

300 Home Run Club: No. 27-50

Gary Sheffield: 509 Home Runs

  • Florida Marlins: 122
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 129
  • Milwaukee Brewers: 21
  • New York Yankees: 76
  • Atlanta Braves: 64
  • San Diego Padres: 43
  • Detroit Tigers: 44
  • New York Mets: 10

Eddie Murray: 504 Home Runs

  • Baltimore Orioles: 343
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 65
  • Cleveland Indians: 50
  • New York Mets: 43
  • Anaheim Angels: 3

Lou Gehrig: 493 Home Runs

  • New York Yankees: 493

Fred McGriff: 493 Home Runs

  • Atlanta Braves: 130
  • Toronto Blue Jays: 125
  • Tampa Bay Devil Rays: 99
  • San Diego Padres: 84
  • Chicago Cubs: 42
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 13

Adrian Beltre: 477 Home Runs

  • Texas Rangers: 199
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 147
  • Seattle Mariners: 103
  • Boston Red Sox: 28

Stan Musial: 475 Home Runs

  • St. Louis Cardinals: 475

Carlos Delgado: 473 Home Runs

  • Toronto Blue Jays: 336
  • New York Mets: 104
  • Florida Marlins: 33

Chipper Jones: 468 Home Runs

  • Atlanta Braves: 468

Dave Winfield: 465 Home Runs

  • New York Yankees: 205
  • San Diego Padres: 154
  • Minnesota Twins: 31
  • California Angels: 47
  • Cleveland Indians: 2
  • Toronto Blue Jays: 26

Nelson Cruz: 464 Home Runs

  • Texas Rangers: 157
  • Seattle Mariners: 163
  • Minnesota Twins: 76
  • Tampa Bay Rays: 13
  • San Diego Padres: 5
  • Washington Nationals: 10
  • Baltimore Orioles: 40
  • Milwaukee Brewers: 0

Jose Canseco: 462 Home Runs

  • Oakland Athletics: 254
  • Texas Rangers: 45
  • Tampa Bay Devil Rays: 43
  • Boston Red Sox: 52
  • New York Yankees: 6
  • Chicago White Sox: 16
  • Toronto Blue Jays: 46

Adam Dunn: 462 Home Runs

  • Cincinnati Reds: 270
  • Chicago White Sox: 106
  • Washington Nationals: 76
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: 8
  • Oakland Athletics: 2

Carl Yastrzemski: 452 Home Runs

  • Boston Red Sox: 452

Jeff Bagwell: 449 Home Runs

  • Houston Astros: 449

Vladimir Guerrero: 449 Home Runs

  • Montreal Expos: 234
  • Los Angeles Angels: 173
  • Texas Rangers: 29
  • Baltimore Orioles: 13

Dave Kingman: 442 Home Runs

  • New York Mets: 154
  • San Francisco Giants: 77
  • Chicago Cubs: 94
  • Oakland Athletics: 100
  • San Diego Padres: 11
  • California Angels: 2
  • New York Yankees: 4

Jason Giambi: 440 Home Runs

  • Oakland Athletics: 198
  • New York Yankees: 209
  • Colorado Rockies: 22
  • Cleveland Indians: 11

Paul Konerko: 439 Home Runs

  • Chicago White Sox: 432
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 4
  • Cincinnati Reds: 3

Andre Dawson: 438 Home Runs

  • Montreal Expos: 225
  • Chicago Cubs: 174
  • Florida Marlins: 10
  • Boston Red Sox: 29

Carlos Beltran: 435 Home Runs

  • Kansas City Royals: 123
  • New York Mets: 149
  • New York Yankees: 56
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 56
  • Houston Astros: 37
  • Texas Rangers: 7
  • San Francisco Giants: 7

Juan Gonzalez: 434 Home Runs

  • Texas Rangers: 372
  • Cleveland Indians: 35
  • Kansas City Royals: 5
  • Detroit Tigers: 22

Andruw Jones: 434 Home Runs

  • Atlanta Braves: 368
  • New York Yankees: 27
  • Texas Rangers: 17
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 3
  • Chicago White Sox: 19

Cal Ripken Jr.: 431 Home Runs

  • Baltimore Orioles: 431

300 Home Run Club: No. 51-75

Mike Piazza: 427 Home Runs

  • New York Mets: 220
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 177
  • San Diego Padres: 22
  • Florida Marlins: 0
  • Oakland Athletics: 8

Billy Williams: 426 Home Runs

  • Chicago Cubs: 392
  • Oakland Athletics: 34

Edwin Encarnacion: 424 Home Runs

  • Toronto Blue Jays: 239
  • Cincinnati Reds: 71
  • Cleveland Indians: 70
  • New York Yankees: 13
  • Seattle Mariners: 21
  • Chicago White Sox: 10

Darrell Evans: 414 Home Runs

  • Atlanta Braves: 131
  • San Francisco Giants: 142
  • Detroit Tigers: 141

Alfonso Soriano: 412 Home Runs

  • Chicago Cubs: 181
  • New York Yankees: 121
  • Texas Rangers: 64
  • Washington Nationals: 46

Mark Teixeira: 409 Home Runs

  • New York Yankees: 206
  • Texas Rangers: 153
  • Atlanta Braves: 37
  • Los Angeles Angels: 13

Duke Snider: 407 Home Runs

  • Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers: 389
  • New York Mets: 14
  • San Francisco Giants: 4

Giancarlo Stanton: 402 Home Runs (…and counting)

  • Miami Marlins: 267
  • New York Yankees: 135

Andres Galarraga: 399 Home Runs

  • Montreal Expos: 115
  • Colorado Rockies: 172
  • San Francisco Giants: 19
  • Atlanta Braves: 72
  • Texas Rangers: 10
  • Anaheim Angels: 1
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 10

Al Kaline: 399 Home Runs

  • Detroit Tigers: 399

Dale Murphy: 398 Home Runs

  • Atlanta Braves: 371
  • Philadelphia Phillies: 27
  • Colorado Rockies: 0

Joe Carter: 396 Home Runs

  • Toronto Blue Jays: 203
  • Cleveland Indians: 151
  • San Diego Padres: 24
  • Chicago Cubs: 0
  • San Francisco Giants: 7
  • Baltimore Orioles: 7

Jim Edmonds: 393 Home Runs

  • St. Louis Cardinals: 241
  • Anaheim Angels: 121
  • San Diego Padres: 1
  • Cincinnati Reds: 3
  • Chicago Cubs: 19
  • Milwaukee Brewers: 8

Graig Nettles: 390 Home Runs

  • New York Yankees: 250
  • Minnesota Twins: 12
  • San Diego Padres: 51
  • Cleveland Indians: 71
  • Montreal Expos: 1
  • Atlanta Braves: 5

Johnny Bench: 389 Home Runs

  • Cincinnati Reds: 389

Aramis Ramirez: 386 Home Runs

  • Chicago Cubs: 239
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: 82
  • Milwaukee Brewers: 65

Dwight Evans: 385 Home Runs

  • Boston Red Sox: 379
  • Baltimore Orioles: 6

Harold Baines: 384 Home Runs

  • Chicago White Sox: 221
  • Baltimore Orioles: 107
  • Oakland Athletics: 39
  • Texas Rangers: 16
  • Cleveland Indians: 1

Larry Walker: 383 Home Runs

  • Colorado Rockies: 258
  • Montreal Expos: 99
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 26

Frank Howard: 382 Home Runs

  • Washington Senators/Texas Rangers: 246
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 123
  • Detroit Tigers: 13

Ryan Howard: 382 Home Runs

  • Philadelphia Phillies: 382

Jim Rice: 382 Home Runs

  • Boston Red Sox: 382

Albert Belle: 381 Home Runs

  • Cleveland Indians: 242
  • Baltimore Orioles: 60
  • Chicago White Sox: 79

Orlando Cepeda: 379 Home Runs

  • San Francisco Giants: 226
  • Atlanta Braves: 74
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 58
  • Kansas City Royals: 1
  • Boston Red Sox: 20
  • Oakland Athletics: 0

Tony Perez: 379 Home Runs

  • Cincinnati Reds: 287
  • Montreal Expos: 46
  • Boston Red Sox: 40
  • Philadelphia Phillies: 6

300 Home Run Club: No. 76-100

Matt Williams: 378 Home Runs

  • San Francisco Giants: 247
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: 99
  • Cleveland Indians: 32

Norm Cash: 377 Home Runs

  • Detroit Tigers: 373
  • Chicago White Sox: 4

Jeff Kent: 377 Home Runs

  • San Francisco Giants: 175
  • New York Mets: 67
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 75
  • Houston Astros: 49
  • Cleveland Indians: 3
  • Toronto Blue Jays: 8

Carlton Fisk: 376 Home Runs

  • Chicago White Sox: 214
  • Boston Red Sox: 162

Rocky Colavito: 374 Home Runs

  • Cleveland Indians: 190
  • Detroit Tigers: 139
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 3
  • New York Yankees: 5
  • Chicago White Sox: 3
  • Kansas City Athletics: 34

Gil Hodges: 370 Home Runs

  • Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers: 361
  • New York Mets: 9

Todd Helton: 369 Home Runs

  • Colorado Rockies: 369

Ralph Kiner: 369 Home Runs

  • Pittsburgh Pirates: 301
  • Chicago Cubs: 50
  • Cleveland Indians: 18

Mike Trout: 368 Home Runs (…and counting)

  • Los Angeles Angels: 368

Lance Berkman: 366 Home Runs

  • Houston Astros: 326
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 33
  • Texas Rangers: 6
  • New York Yankees: 1

Joe DiMaggio: 361 Home Runs

  • New York Yankees: 361

Gary Gaetti: 360 Home Runs

  • Minnesota Twins: 201
  • Kansas City Royals: 61
  • California Angels: 30
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 51
  • Chicago Cubs: 17
  • Boston Red Sox: 0

Johnny Mize: 359 Home Runs

  • St. Louis Cardinals: 158
  • New York Giants: 157
  • New York Yankees: 44

Yogi Berra: 358 Home Runs

  • New York Yankees: 358
  • New York Mets: 0

Carlos Lee: 358 Home Runs

  • Houston Astros: 133
  • Chicago White Sox: 152
  • Milwaukee Brewers: 60
  • Texas Rangers: 9
  • Miami Marlins: 4

Joey Votto: 356 Home Runs (…and counting)

  • Cincinnati Reds: 356

Greg Vaughn: 355 Home Runs

  • Milwaukee Brewers: 169
  • Tampa Bay Devil Rays: 60
  • San Diego Padres: 78
  • Colorado Rockies: 3
  • Cincinnati Reds: 45

Luis Gonzalez: 354 Home Runs

  • Arizona Diamondbacks: 224
  • Houston Astros: 62
  • Chicago Cubs: 22
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 15
  • Florida Marlins: 8
  • Detroit Tigers: 23

Lee May: 354 Home Runs

  • Cincinnati Reds: 147
  • Baltimore Orioles: 123
  • Houston Astros: 81
  • Kansas City Royals: 3

Torii Hunter: 353 Home Runs

  • Minnesota Twins: 214
  • Los Angeles Angels: 105
  • Detroit Tigers: 34

Ryan Braun: 352 Home Runs

  • Milwaukee Brewers: 352

Ellis Burks: 352 Home Runs

  • Boston Red Sox: 94
  • Colorado Rockies: 115
  • Cleveland Indians: 66
  • San Francisco Giants: 60
  • Chicago White Sox: 17

Dick Allen: 351 Home Runs

  • Philadelphia Phillies: 204
  • Chicago White Sox: 85
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 23
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 34
  • Oakland Athletics: 5

Chili Davis: 350 Home Runs

  • California Angels: 156
  • San Francisco Giants: 101
  • Minnesota Twins: 41
  • New York Yankees: 22
  • Kansas City Royals: 30

George Foster: 348 Home Runs

  • Cincinnati Reds: 244
  • New York Mets: 99
  • San Francisco Giants: 4
  • Chicago White Sox: 1

300 Home Run Club: No. 101-125

Jose Bautista: 344 Home Runs

  • Toronto Blue Jays: 288
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: 43
  • Kansas City Royals: 0
  • New York Mets: 9
  • Tampa Bay Devil Rays: 0
  • Philadelphia Phillies: 2
  • Atlanta Braves: 2
  • Baltimore Orioles: 0

Curtis Granderson: 344 Home Runs

  • Detroit Tigers: 102
  • New York Mets: 95
  • New York Yankees: 115
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 7
  • Miami Marlins: 12
  • Milwaukee Brewers: 2
  • Toronto Blue Jays: 11

Evan Longoria: 342 Home Runs (…and counting)

  • Tampa Bay Rays: 261
  • San Francisco Giants: 70
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: 11

Ron Santo: 342 Home Runs

  • Chicago Cubs: 337
  • Chicago White Sox: 5

Jack Clark: 340 Home Runs

  • San Francisco Giants: 163
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 66
  • San Diego Padres: 51
  • Boston Red Sox: 33
  • New York Yankees: 27

Paul Goldschmidt: 340 Home Runs (…and counting)

  • Arizona Diamondbacks: 209
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 131

Tino Martinez: 339 Home Runs

  • New York Yankees: 192
  • Seattle Mariners: 88
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 36
  • Tampa Bay Devil Rays: 23

Dave Parker: 339 Home Runs

  • Pittsburgh Pirates: 166
  • Cincinnati Reds: 107
  • Oakland Athletics: 34
  • California Angels: 11
  • Toronto Blue Jays: 0
  • Milwaukee Brewers: 21

Boog Powell: 339 Home Runs

  • Baltimore Orioles: 303
  • Cleveland Indians: 36
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 0

Don Baylor: 338 Home Runs

  • California Angels: 141
  • Baltimore Orioles: 57
  • New York Yankees: 71
  • Boston Red Sox: 47
  • Oakland Athletics: 22
  • Minnesota Twins: 0

Joe Adcock: 336 Home Runs

  • Milwaukee Braves: 239
  • California Angels: 53
  • Cincinnati Reds: 31
  • Cleveland Indians: 13

Robinson Cano: 335 Home Runs

  • New York Yankees: 204
  • Seattle Mariners: 107
  • New York Mets: 24
  • San Diego Padres: 0
  • Atlanta Braves: 0

Darryl Strawberry: 335 Home Runs

  • New York Mets: 252
  • New York Yankees: 41
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 38
  • San Francisco Giants: 4

Moises Alou: 332 Home Runs

  • Montreal Expos: 84
  • Chicago Cubs: 76
  • Houston Astros: 95
  • New York Mets: 13
  • San Francisco Giants: 41
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: 0
  • Florida Marlins: 23

Bobby Bonds: 332 Home Runs

  • San Francisco Giants: 186
  • California Angels: 47
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 5
  • Texas Rangers: 29
  • Cleveland Indians: 25
  • Chicago Cubs: 6
  • New York Yankees: 32
  • Chicago White Sox: 2

Hank Greenberg: 331 Home Runs

  • Detroit Tigers: 306
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: 25

Derrek Lee: 331 Home Runs

  • Chicago Cubs: 170
  • Florida Marlins: 129
  • San Diego Padres: 1
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: 7
  • Atlanta Braves: 3
  • Baltimore Orioles: 12

Shawn Green: 328 Home Runs

  • Toronto Blue Jays: 119
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 162
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: 33
  • New York Mets: 14

Mo Vaughn: 328 Home Runs

  • Boston Red Sox: 230
  • New York Mets: 29
  • Anaheim Angels: 69

Nolan Arenado: 325 Home Runs (…and counting)

  • Colorado Rockies: 235
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 90

Jermaine Dye: 325 Home Runs

  • Kansas City Royals: 85
  • Chicago White Sox: 164
  • Oakland Athletics: 64
  • Atlanta Braves: 12

Willie Horton: 325 Home Runs

  • Detroit Tigers: 262
  • Seattle Mariners: 37
  • Texas Rangers: 15
  • Cleveland Indians: 5
  • Toronto Blue Jays: 3
  • Oakland Athletics: 3

Justin Upton: 325 Home Runs

  • Arizona Diamondbacks: 108
  • Los Angeles Angels: 75
  • Atlanta Braves: 56
  • Detroit Tigers: 59
  • San Diego Padres: 26
  • Seattle Mariners: 1

Gary Carter: 324 Home Runs

  • Montreal Expos: 220
  • New York Mets: 89
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 6
  • San Francisco Giants: 9

Lance Parrish: 324 Home Runs

  • Detroit Tigers: 212
  • California Angels: 64
  • Philadelphia Phillies: 32
  • Cleveland Indians: 1
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: 3
  • Seattle Mariners: 8
  • Toronto Blue Jays: 4

300 Home Run Club: No. 126-159

Freddie Freeman: 321 Home Runs (…and counting)

  • Atlanta Braves: 271
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 50

Ron Gant: 321 Home Runs

  • Atlanta Braves: 147
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 73
  • Philadelphia Phillies: 37
  • Oakland Athletics: 3
  • Colorado Rockies: 8
  • San Diego Padres: 18
  • Cincinnati Reds: 29
  • Anaheim Angels: 6

Vinny Castilla: 320 Home Runs

  • Colorado Rockies: 239
  • Atlanta Braves: 34
  • Tampa Bay Devil Rays: 8
  • San Diego Padres: 4
  • Washington Nationals: 12
  • Houston Astros: 23

Troy Glaus: 320 Home Runs

  • Anaheim Angels: 182
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 27
  • Toronto Blue Jays: 58
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: 37
  • Atlanta Braves: 16

Jay Bruce: 319 Home Runs

  • Cincinnati Reds: 233
  • New York Mets: 46
  • Philadelphia Phillies: 18
  • Cleveland Indians: 7
  • New York Yankees: 1
  • Seattle Mariners: 14

Cecil Fielder: 319 Home Runs

  • Detroit Tigers: 245
  • Toronto Blue Jays: 31
  • New York Yankees: 26
  • Cleveland Indians: 0
  • Anaheim Angels: 17

Prince Fielder: 319 Home Runs

  • Milwaukee Brewers: 230
  • Texas Rangers: 34
  • Detroit Tigers: 55

Roy Sievers: 318 Home Runs

  • St. Louis Browns: 35
  • Washington Nationals: 180
  • Washington Senators: 4
  • Philadelphia Phillies: 44
  • Chicago White Sox: 55

George Brett: 317 Home Runs

  • Kansas City Royals: 317

Adrian Gonzalez: 317 Home Runs

  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 101
  • San Diego Padres: 161
  • Texas Rangers: 7
  • Boston Red Sox: 42
  • New York Mets: 6

Ron Cey: 316 Home Runs

  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 228
  • Chicago Cubs: 84
  • Oakland Athletics: 4

Matt Holliday: 316 Home Runs

  • St. Louis Cardinals: 156
  • Colorado Rockies: 130
  • New York Yankees: 19
  • Oakland Athletics: 11

Scott Rolen: 316 Home Runs

  • Philadelphia Phillies: 150
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 111
  • Cincinnati Reds: 36
  • Toronto Blue Jays: 19

Jeromy Burnitz: 315 Home Runs

  • Milwaukee Brewers: 165
  • New York Mets: 53
  • Cleveland Indians: 7
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 13
  • Chicago Cubs: 24
  • Colorado Rockies: 37
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: 16

J.D. Martinez: 315 Home Runs (…and counting)

  • Boston Red Sox: 130
  • Detroit Tigers: 99
  • Houston Astros: 24
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: 29
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 33

Reggie Smith: 314 Home Runs

  • Boston Red Sox: 149
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 97
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 50
  • San Francisco Giants: 18

Manny Machado: 313 Home Runs (…and counting)

  • Baltimore Orioles: 162
  • San Diego Padres: 138
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 13

Ivan Rodriguez: 311 Home Runs

  • Texas Rangers: 217
  • Detroit Tigers: 62
  • Washington Nationals: 6
  • New York Yankees: 2
  • Houston Astros: 8
  • Florida Marlins: 16

Jay Buhner: 310 Home Runs

  • Seattle Mariners: 307
  • New York Yankees: 3

Edgar Martinez: 309 Home Runs

  • Seattle Mariners: 309

Greg Luzinski: 307 Home Runs

  • Philadelphia Phillies: 223
  • Chicago White Sox: 84

Al Simmons: 307 Home Runs

  • Philadelphia Athletics: 209
  • Chicago White Sox: 48
  • Washington Nationals: 29
  • Cincinnati Reds: 0
  • Boston Bees: 7
  • Detroit Tigers: 13
  • Boston Red Sox: 1

Miguel Tejada: 307 Home Runs

  • Oakland Athletics: 156
  • Baltimore Orioles: 109
  • Houston Astros: 27
  • Kansas City Royals: 3
  • San Diego Padres: 8
  • San Francisco Giants: 4

Bryce Harper: 306 Home Runs (…and counting)

  • Washington Nationals: 184
  • Philadelphia Phillies: 122

Fred Lynn: 306 Home Runs

  • Boston Red Sox: 124
  • California Angels: 71
  • Baltimore Orioles: 87
  • Detroit Tigers: 18
  • San Diego Padres: 6

Richie Sexson: 306 Home Runs

  • Cleveland Indians: 58
  • Seattle Mariners: 105
  • Milwaukee Brewers: 133
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: 9
  • New York Yankees: 1

Ruben Sierra: 306 Home Runs

  • Texas Rangers: 180
  • New York Yankees: 45
  • Oakland Athletics: 60
  • Minnesota Twins: 0
  • Cincinnati Reds: 2
  • Seattle Mariners: 13
  • Detroit Tigers: 1
  • Toronto Blue Jays: 1
  • Chicago White Sox: 4

Raul Ibañez: 305 Home Runs

  • Seattle Mariners: 156
  • Kansas City Royals: 57
  • Philadelphia Phillies: 70
  • Los Angeles Angels: 3
  • New York Yankees: 19

David Justice: 305 Home Runs

  • Atlanta Braves: 160
  • Cleveland Indians: 96
  • New York Yankees: 38
  • Oakland Athletics: 11

Reggie Sanders: 305 Home Runs

  • Cincinnati Reds: 125
  • Kansas City Royals: 13
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 43
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: 33
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: 31
  • San Francisco Giants: 23
  • Atlanta Braves: 11
  • San Diego Padres: 26

Steve Finley: 304 Home Runs

  • Arizona Diamondbacks: 153
  • San Diego Padres: 82
  • Houston Astros: 32
  • Baltimore Orioles: 5
  • Colorado Rockies: 1
  • San Francisco Giants: 6
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 13
  • Los Angeles Angels: 12

Rogers Hornsby: 301 Home Runs

  • St. Louis Cardinals: 193
  • St. Louis Browns: 3
  • Chicago Cubs: 58
  • New York Giants: 26
  • Boston Braves: 21

Carlos Santana: 301 Home Runs (…and counting)

  • Cleveland Indians: 216
  • Kansas City Royals: 23
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: 12
  • Seattle Mariners: 15
  • Philadelphia Phillies: 24
  • Milwaukee Brewers: 11

Chuck Klein: 300 Home Runs

  • Philadelphia Phillies: 243
  • Chicago Cubs: 46
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: 11

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