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Who is the best 2nd baseman in MLB of all time?

Who is the best 2nd baseman in MLB of all time?

Joe Morgan
Joe Morgan – Houston Astros, Cincinnati Reds, San Francisco Giants, Philadelphia Phillies & Oakland Athletics (1963-1984) Morgan is the greatest second basemen of the last 80 years, meaning he’s the best at the position that pretty much anyone still alive can say they’ve seen.

How many second basemen have hit 40 home runs in a season?

5 players were tied for playing the most seasons by a second baseman with 40+ home runs, with 1 season. The first three are Marcus Semien, Brian Dozier and Ryne Sandberg.

Who is the best second base player?

The Shredder 2022 rankings: second basemen

Rank The Shredder Sarah Langs
1 Ketel Marte (Diamondbacks) Marcus Semien (Rangers)
2 Marcus Semien (Rangers) Jose Altuve (Astros)
3 Brandon Lowe (Rays) Chris Taylor (Dodgers)
4 Jose Altuve (Astros) Ozzie Albies (Braves)

Who had the most RBIs in one game?

Jim Bottomley
Most RBIs in a Game: Jim Bottomley (12 in 1924) and Mark Whiten (12 in 1993)

Who has won the most Gold Gloves at second base?

Joe Morgan and Bobby Richardson each won five Gold Glove Awards, and four-time winners include Craig Biggio (who won after converting to second base from catcher), Bret Boone, Bobby Grich, and Dustin Pedroia. Hall of Famers who won Gold Gloves at second base include Alomar, Sandberg, Mazeroski, Morgan, and Nellie Fox.

How many Gold Gloves has Randal Grich won in his career?

Grich was the first second baseman in MLB history to win the Gold Glove award for second baseman and lead the league in home runs. Grich won four straight Gold Glove awards from 1973 through 1976.

Who has hit the most home runs as a second baseman?

Kent holds the record for the most all-time home runs for a second baseman with 366 after retiring in 2008. Kent was underrated most of his career but was considered one of the National League’s most consistent hitters for nearly 10 seasons.

Is Barry Bonds the best second baseman ever?

Those were his only .300 seasons, but he had many other years he could have won an MVP award: He drew an astonishing number of walks, was one of most efficient base stealers of all time, won five Gold Gloves and had a power at a time when few second basemen did. I’m taking him as the best second baseman ever. — Schoenfield