List of Major League Baseball career extra base hits leaders

In baseball, an extra base hit (EB, EBH or XBH[1]), also known as a long hit, is any base hit on which the batter is able to advance past first base without the benefit of a fielder either committing an error or opting to make a throw to retire another base runner (see fielder's choice). Extra base hits are often not listed separately in tables of baseball statistics, but are easily determined by calculating the sum total of a batter's doubles, triples, and home runs.

Hank Aaron is the all-time leader with 1,477 career extra base hits. Barry Bonds (1,440) is the only other player with more than 1,400 career extra base hits. Only 39 players all time have reached 1,000 career extra base hits, with 3 of them (Albert Pujols, Adrián Beltré, and Miguel Cabrera) being active.

Key

RankRank amongst leaders in extra base hits. A blank field indicates a tie.
Player (2018 XBHs)Number of extra base hits during the 2018 Major League Baseball season.
XBHTotal career extra base hits.
* denotes elected to National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Bold denotes active player.[lower-alpha 1]

List

  • Stats updated as of August 23, 2018.
Rank Player (2018 XBHs) XBH
1 Hank Aaron * 1,477
2 Barry Bonds 1,440
3 Stan Musial * 1,377
4 Babe Ruth * 1,356
5 Willie Mays * 1,323
6 Albert Pujols (39) 1,288
7 Alex Rodriguez 1,275
8 Ken Griffey Jr. * 1,192
David Ortiz 1,192
Rafael Palmeiro 1,192
11 Lou Gehrig * 1,190
12 Frank Robinson * 1,186
13 Carl Yastrzemski * 1,157
14 Ty Cobb * 1,136
15 Adrián Beltré (22) 1,134
16 Tris Speaker * 1,131
17 Manny Ramirez 1,122
18 George Brett * 1,119
19 Jimmie Foxx * 1,117
Ted Williams * 1,117
21 Eddie Murray * 1,099
22 Dave Winfield * 1,093
23 Jim Thome * 1,089
24 Carlos Beltrán 1,078
Cal Ripken Jr. * 1,078
26 Reggie Jackson * 1,075
27 Mel Ott * 1,071
28 Chipper Jones * 1,055
29 Pete Rose 1,041
30 Andre Dawson * 1,039
31 Miguel Cabrera (14) 1,038
32 Sammy Sosa 1,033
33 Frank Thomas * 1,028
34 Luis Gonzalez 1,018
35 Mike Schmidt * 1,015
36 Craig Biggio * 1,014
37 Rogers Hornsby * 1,011
38 Ernie Banks * 1,009
39 Gary Sheffield 1,003
40 Todd Helton 998
41 Honus Wagner * 996
42 Al Simmons * 995
43 Jeff Kent 984
44 Carlos Delgado 974
45 Vladimir Guerrero * 972
Al Kaline * 972
47 Jeff Bagwell * 969
48 Tony Pérez * 963
49 Robin Yount * 960
50 Fred McGriff 958
Rank Player (2018 XBHs) XBH
51 Paul Molitor * 953
Willie Stargell * 953
53 Mickey Mantle * 952
54 Billy Williams * 948
55 Dwight Evans 941
56 Dave Parker 940
57 Eddie Mathews * 938
58 Iván Rodríguez * 934
59 Alfonso Soriano 924
60 Bobby Abreu 921
Harold Baines 921
Goose Goslin * 921
63 Willie McCovey * 920
64 Larry Walker 916
65 Paul Waner * 909
66 Aramis Ramírez 905
67 Charlie Gehringer * 904
68 Nap Lajoie * 902
69 Torii Hunter 890
70 Harmon Killebrew * 887
71 Joe Carter 881
Joe DiMaggio * 881
73 Steve Finley 877
74 Harry Heilmann * 876
Scott Rolen 876
76 Andrés Galarraga 875
77 Rickey Henderson * 873
78 Derek Jeter 870
79 Vada Pinson 868
80 Johnny Damon 866
81 Robinson Canó (18) 864
Sam Crawford * 864
83 Joe Medwick * 858
84 Paul Konerko 857
Jimmy Rollins 857
86 Jim Edmonds 855
87 Jason Giambi 854
88 Andruw Jones 853
89 Duke Snider * 850
90 Juan Gonzalez 847
91 Roberto Clemente * 846
Carlos Lee 846
93 Garret Anderson 845
94 Carlton Fisk * 844
95 Gary Gaetti 842
96 Mark McGwire 841
97 Edgar Martínez 838
Rusty Staub 838
99 Jim Bottomley * 835
Mark Teixeira 835

Notes

  1. A player is considered inactive if he has announced his retirement or not played for a full season.

References

  1. "Baseball Basics: Abbreviations". MLB.com. Retrieved April 20, 2014.
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