How many players have hit 500 or more home runs?

28 players
Throughout MLB history, there have only been 28 players who joined the 500 home run club (as of 2021). On August 11, 1929, Babe Ruth became the charter member of the club. It would be 11 years before a second player accomplished the feat.

How many players have hit at least 500 home runs?

Here’s a rundown of the 28 sluggers who crushed at least 500 dingers.

  • 1) Barry Bonds: 762. 500th HR: April 17, 2001.
  • 2) Hank Aaron: 755. 500th HR: July 14, 1968.
  • 3) Babe Ruth: 714. 500th HR: Aug.
  • 4) Alex Rodriguez: 696. 500th HR: Aug.
  • 5) Albert Pujols: 679.
  • 6) Willie Mays: 660.
  • 7) Ken Griffey Jr.: 630.
  • 8) Jim Thome: 612.

How many players have 500 home runs and 500 stolen bases?

Among the 27 players in the 500 home run club, Bonds’ 514 stolen bases are 176 more than the next closest player: Bonds’ godfather and Giants legend Willie Mays (338). Among the 39 members in the 500 stolen base club, nobody comes close to Bonds’ power output (Rickey Henderson at 297 home runs).

How many players have hit 500 home runs and 3000 hits?

Cabrera is one of seven players in MLB history with at least 500 home runs and 3,000 hits, joining Pujols, Rodriguez, Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, Eddie Murray and Rafael Palmeiro.

How many baseball players have 3000 hits and 500 home runs?

The 3,000-hit club now has 33 members. The 500-home run club has 28. In looking at the players with 3,000 career hits, you’ll see greats like Ty Cobb, Stan Musial, Derek Jeter, Carl Yastrzemski, Roberto Clemente and Tony Gwynn.

Who is the best switch-hitter ever?

Mickey Mantle There’s no doubt that Mickey Mantle belongs at the top of any list of the greatest switch hitters in baseball history. Of course, he’s a 20-time all-star, three-time MVP, and one of the best offensive players in baseball history, so it’s not exactly a stretch to think he was the best switch-hitter ever.

Who is the greatest switch-hitter in baseball history?

Mickey Mantle
Mantle is Baseball’s Top Switch Hitter. In spite of Pete Rose’s 44-game hitting streak in 1978 and his achievement of more than 3,000 hits in his career, Mickey Mantle has been selected as the greatest switch hitter in baseball history.