Best answer: Who can break home run record?

On October 1, 1961, in New York’s final game of the regular season, Yankees slugger Roger Maris hits his 61st home run, becoming the first player in Major League Baseball to hit more than 60 in a season. He tops former Yankees great Babe Ruth, who hit 60 home runs in 1927.

Can Mike Trout break the homerun record?

Mike Trout is currently on pace to break the all time Home Run record on or about May 3, 2034. He is currently sitting at 306 Home Runs, having played in 8.7715 seasons. (Prorated for him being called up in 2011 and 2012, as well as the shortened 2020 season.)

Who has the highest home run record?

Career Leaders & Records for Home Runs

Rank Player (yrs, age) Home Runs
1. Barry Bonds (22) 762
2. Henry Aaron+ (23) 755
3. Babe Ruth+ (22) 714
4. Alex Rodriguez (22) 696

Who can break the homerun record?

Barry Bonds’ single-season record of 73 home runs has stood for 19 years. His career record of 762 home runs, for 13. And counting.

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Who has the best chance to break Barry Bonds record?

Of the players currently active, Albert Pujols (608) is the closest to Bonds’ mark. Based upon Pujols’ age (37), it’s unlikely that he’ll catch the former Giants’ slugger. The same can be said for the 34-year-old Miguel Cabrera (459) and 38-year-old Adrian Beltre (455).

How many HR is Ohtani on pace for?

The solo shot gave Ohtani 33 home runs in the Angels’ first 87 games this season, which puts him on pace for 60 in a full season. He has 16 in his last 21 games, which is an American League single-season record for any 21-game span. Shohei Ohtani of the @Angels now has 16 home runs in his last 21 games.

Who has hit 700 home runs?

Barry Bonds holds the Major League Baseball home run record with 762. He passed Hank Aaron, who hit 755, on August 7, 2007. 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.

Who hit the most home runs without steroids?

Interpreted as:

Barry Bonds 2986 1,143.3
Hank Aaron 3298 936.4
Babe Ruth 2503 1,436.8
Alex Rodriguez 2784 690.1

Who hit the most home runs in 2021?

MLB Stat Leaders 2021

Home Runs HR
1 Salvador PerezKC 48
1 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.TOR 48
3 Shohei OhtaniLAA 46
4 Marcus SemienTOR 45

Can Barry Bonds make the Hall of Fame?

In his first year of eligibility 10 years ago, he was named on 36% of ballots. Last year, he got 62%. If Bonds makes it to 75% this time, it will be very close. Not to overdramatize, but he could make or miss the Hall of Fame by one vote, which is exactly how many votes I expect to cast.

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Will anyone ever hit 100 home runs in a season?

So while teams are hitting more home runs than ever before, for top players, not much has changed. It might be fun to think about, but unless there are significant modifications to the way baseball is played, a player cracking 100 home runs or more in one season just isn’t going to happen.

Can Shohei break bonds record?

He becomes just the 27th player to have at least 31 homers before the All-Star break (full list here on’s Stathead). The record is 39 (Barry Bonds, 2001). With the Angels having only six games left before the break, he’s not going to get there, but he could make a dent.

Did Mike Trout win home run Derby?

Mike Trout won home run derby lefthanded.

Can Pujols break bonds record?

Sitting at 656 career home runs, Albert Pujols stood a less-than-zero chance of breaking baseball’s all-time home run record. It’s highly unlikely he would have been able to amass the 108 round trippers necessary to surpass Barry Bonds’ record 762.