LEAGUE HISTORY - 50+ HR SEASONS
Saturday, 5/27/1945
LEAGUE HISTORY - 50+ HR SEASONS
1923, Babe Ruth (Chicago (N)), 51 Homeruns, 150 RBI, .349 AVG
1927, Babe Ruth (Chicago (N)), 51 Homeruns, 131 RBI, .359 AVG
1928, Lou Gehrig (Boston (N)), 62 Homeruns, 162 RBI, .391 AVG
1928, Martin Dihigo (Pittsburgh), 50 Homeruns, 117 RBI, .304 AVG
1928, Charles Smith (Chicago (N)), 55 Homeruns, 161 RBI, .398 AVG
1928, Babe Ruth (Chicago (N)), 58 Homeruns, 141 RBI, .329 AVG
1929, Lou Gehrig (Boston (N)), 51 Homeruns, 183 RBI, .340 AVG
1929, Martin Dihigo (Pittsburgh), 53 Homeruns, 156 RBI, .334 AVG
1929, Charles Smith (Chicago (N)), 50 Homeruns, 186 RBI, .416 AVG
1930, Martin Dihigo (Pittsburgh), 54 Homeruns, 143 RBI, .335 AVG
1930, Charles Smith (Chicago (N)), 57 Homeruns, 161 RBI, .414 AVG
1931, Charles Smith (Chicago (N)), 52 Homeruns, 177 RBI, .439 AVG
1931, Hank Greenberg (New York (N)), 56 Homeruns, 142 RBI, .312 AVG
1932, Norman Stearnes (Philadelphia (A)), 50 Homeruns, 154 RBI, .350 AVG
1932, Mel Ott (Cincinnati), 66 Homeruns, 145 RBI, .335 AVG
1932, Rogers Hornsby (Philadelphia (N)), 50 Homeruns, 154 RBI, .351 AVG
1932, Martin Dihigo (Pittsburgh), 64 Homeruns, 161 RBI, .336 AVG
1932, Charles Smith (Chicago (N)), 60 Homeruns, 167 RBI, .448 AVG
1933, Lou Gehrig (Boston (N)), 56 Homeruns, 157 RBI, .277 AVG
1933, Mel Ott (Cincinnati), 54 Homeruns, 119 RBI, .315 AVG
1933, Martin Dihigo (Pittsburgh), 63 Homeruns, 153 RBI, .324 AVG
1934, Lou Gehrig (Boston (N)), 54 Homeruns, 145 RBI, .346 AVG
1934, Mel Ott (Cincinnati), 64 Homeruns, 159 RBI, .315 AVG
1934, Martin Dihigo (Pittsburgh), 59 Homeruns, 137 RBI, .345 AVG
1934, Charles Smith (Chicago (N)), 65 Homeruns, 197 RBI, .452 AVG
1934, Hank Greenberg (New York (N)), 62 Homeruns, 159 RBI, .332 AVG
1935, Wally Berger (Cleveland), 52 Homeruns, 146 RBI, .340 AVG
1935, Lou Gehrig (Boston (N)), 75 Homeruns, 172 RBI, .325 AVG
1935, Mel Ott (Cincinnati), 62 Homeruns, 160 RBI, .329 AVG
1935, John Beckwith (Pittsburgh), 67 Homeruns, 191 RBI, .353 AVG
1935, Martin Dihigo (Pittsburgh), 69 Homeruns, 164 RBI, .330 AVG
1935, Hal Trosky (Brooklyn), 50 Homeruns, 153 RBI, .319 AVG
1935, Hank Greenberg (New York (N)), 57 Homeruns, 140 RBI, .298 AVG
1936, Lou Gehrig (Boston (N)), 60 Homeruns, 176 RBI, .328 AVG
1936, Chuck Klein (Boston (N)), 51 Homeruns, 153 RBI, .282 AVG
1936, Mel Ott (Cincinnati), 95 Homeruns, 204 RBI, .396 AVG
1936, John Beckwith (Pittsburgh), 63 Homeruns, 163 RBI, .369 AVG
1936, Martin Dihigo (Pittsburgh), 56 Homeruns, 135 RBI, .329 AVG
1936, Hal Trosky (Brooklyn), 51 Homeruns, 139 RBI, .368 AVG
1936, Charles Smith (Chicago (N)), 53 Homeruns, 135 RBI, .406 AVG
1936, Hank Greenberg (New York (N)), 69 Homeruns, 173 RBI, .299 AVG
1936, Johnny Mize (St. Louis (N)), 52 Homeruns, 142 RBI, .309 AVG
1937, Dolph Camilli (Cleveland), 54 Homeruns, 133 RBI, .327 AVG
1937, Lou Gehrig (Boston (N)), 55 Homeruns, 182 RBI, .352 AVG
1937, Mel Ott (Cincinnati), 69 Homeruns, 181 RBI, .353 AVG
1937, Martin Dihigo (Pittsburgh), 63 Homeruns, 161 RBI, .326 AVG
1937, Charles Smith (Chicago (N)), 50 Homeruns, 162 RBI, .375 AVG
1937, Hank Greenberg (New York (N)), 53 Homeruns, 120 RBI, .265 AVG
1938, Wally Berger (Cleveland), 50 Homeruns, 168 RBI, .368 AVG
1938, Lou Gehrig (Boston (N)), 51 Homeruns, 140 RBI, .341 AVG
1938, Mel Ott (Cincinnati), 83 Homeruns, 183 RBI, .341 AVG
1938, Hank Greenberg (New York (N)), 61 Homeruns, 162 RBI, .340 AVG
1938, Johnny Mize (St. Louis (N)), 69 Homeruns, 161 RBI, .375 AVG
1939, Hank Leiber (Philadelphia (A)), 62 Homeruns, 144 RBI, .267 AVG
1939, Mel Ott (Cincinnati), 85 Homeruns, 195 RBI, .367 AVG
1939, Martin Dihigo (Pittsburgh), 57 Homeruns, 120 RBI, .306 AVG
1939, Johnny Mize (St. Louis (N)), 59 Homeruns, 155 RBI, .347 AVG
1940, Ted Williams (Boston (A)), 67 Homeruns, 165 RBI, .423 AVG
1940, Hank Leiber (Philadelphia (A)), 67 Homeruns, 169 RBI, .296 AVG
1940, Hal Trosky (Boston (N)), 59 Homeruns, 179 RBI, .360 AVG
1940, Mel Ott (Cincinnati), 92 Homeruns, 182 RBI, .335 AVG
1940, Martin Dihigo (Pittsburgh), 52 Homeruns, 148 RBI, .317 AVG
1940, Johnny Mize (St. Louis (N)), 59 Homeruns, 136 RBI, .341 AVG
1941, Ted Williams (Boston (A)), 78 Homeruns, 186 RBI, .370 AVG
1941, Joe Dimaggio (Philadelphia (A)), 53 Homeruns, 154 RBI, .327 AVG
1941, Dolph Camilli (Cleveland), 50 Homeruns, 149 RBI, .312 AVG
1941, Robert Palm (St. Louis (A)), 56 Homeruns, 158 RBI, .273 AVG
1941, Hal Trosky (Boston (N)), 58 Homeruns, 173 RBI, .349 AVG
1941, Mel Ott (Cincinnati), 89 Homeruns, 197 RBI, .388 AVG
1941, Bill Nicholson (Brooklyn), 59 Homeruns, 136 RBI, .268 AVG
1941, Josh Gibson (Chicago (N)), 52 Homeruns, 150 RBI, .353 AVG
1941, Hank Greenberg (New York (N)), 54 Homeruns, 128 RBI, .273 AVG
1941, Johnny Mize (St. Louis (N)), 65 Homeruns, 160 RBI, .302 AVG
1942, Ted Williams (Boston (A)), 65 Homeruns, 165 RBI, .381 AVG
1942, Rudy York (Cleveland), 69 Homeruns, 173 RBI, .291 AVG
1942, Mel Ott (Cincinnati), 61 Homeruns, 139 RBI, .333 AVG
1942, Bill Nicholson (Brooklyn), 73 Homeruns, 165 RBI, .306 AVG
1942, Hank Greenberg (New York (N)), 75 Homeruns, 141 RBI, .313 AVG
1942, Johnny Mize (St. Louis (N)), 61 Homeruns, 157 RBI, .321 AVG
1943, Sam Chapman (Boston (A)), 50 Homeruns, 146 RBI, .254 AVG
1943, Ted Williams (Boston (A)), 80 Homeruns, 192 RBI, .391 AVG
1943, Hank Leiber (Boston (N)), 61 Homeruns, 156 RBI, .242 AVG
1943, Mel Ott (Cincinnati), 75 Homeruns, 152 RBI, .319 AVG
1943, Bill Nicholson (Brooklyn), 58 Homeruns, 132 RBI, .306 AVG
1943, Hank Greenberg (New York (N)), 60 Homeruns, 145 RBI, .302 AVG
1943, Johnny Mize (St. Louis (N)), 68 Homeruns, 163 RBI, .334 AVG
1944, Ted Williams (Boston (A)), 78 Homeruns, 161 RBI, .365 AVG
1944, Ken Keltner (Cleveland), 53 Homeruns, 157 RBI, .328 AVG
1944, Jeff Heath (Detroit), 51 Homeruns, 147 RBI, .332 AVG
1944, Hank Leiber (Boston (N)), 52 Homeruns, 152 RBI, .245 AVG
1944, Mel Ott (Cincinnati), 78 Homeruns, 174 RBI, .330 AVG
1944, Bill Nicholson (Brooklyn), 78 Homeruns, 163 RBI, .325 AVG
1944, Hank Greenberg (New York (N)), 52 Homeruns, 119 RBI, .288 AVG
1944, Johnny Mize (St. Louis (N)), 50 Homeruns, 161 RBI, .311 AVG

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