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Most hits vs. pitcher
1. Jack Morris 28
2. Frank Tanana 26
3. Bert Blyleven 24
4. Dan Petry 22
5. Jim Clancy 21
Doug Drabek 21
Mike Moore 21
8. Tommy John 20
Rick Langford 20
Mike Smithson 20
Most home runs vs. pitcher
1. Bert Blyleven 6
Frank Tanana 6
Milt Wilcox 6
4. Mike Caldwell 5
Jack Morris 5
Larry Gura 5
Mike Smithson 5
Dave Stieb 5
Geoff Zahn 5
10. 12 tied 4
Most hits by park
1. Memorial Stadium 995
2. Dodger Stadium 257
3. Jacobs Field 173
4. Shea Stadium 168
5. Edison Inter. Field of Anaheim 112
6. Milwaukee County Stadium 109
7. Fenway Park 106
8. Yankee Stadium 105
9. Tiger Stadium 100
10. Cleveland Stadium 95
Home runs vs. each team
Minnesota 44
Detroit 38
Chicago (AL) 35
Milwaukee 34
Boston 33
Oakland 31
Toronto 29
Anaheim 29
New York (AL) 28
Cleveland 25
Texas 23
Kansas City 22
Seattle 19
San Francisco 16
San Diego 15
Chicago (NL) 12
Houston 12
St. Louis 10
Atlanta 8
Cincinnati 8
Orioles 6
Pittsburgh 6
New York (NL) 5
Los Angeles 4
Montreal 4
Philadelphia 4
Florida 3
Colorado 1
Hits vs. each team
Milwaukee 219
Boston 208
Minnesota 201
New York (AL) 196
Detroit 194
Anaheim 188
Cleveland 188
Toronto 186
Seattle 175
Texas 170
Chicago (AL) 167
Kansas City 165
Oakland 164
San Diego 82
Chicago (NL) 81
Houston 79
San Francisco 79
Atlanta 76
Montreal 66
St. Louis 66
Cincinnati 64
Philadelphia 64
Pittsburgh 62
Orioles 33
New York (NL) 28
Florida 22
Los Angeles 17
Colorado 15

Major league all-time leaders
Total bases
1. H. Aaron 6,856
2. S. Musial 6,134
3. W. Mays 6,066
4. T. Cobb 5,854
5. B. Ruth 5,793
6. P. Rose 5,752
7. C. Yastrzemski 5,539
8. E. Murray 5,397
RBIs
1. H. Aaron 2,297
2. B. Ruth 2,213
3. L. Gehrig 1,995
4. S. Musial 1,951
5. T. Cobb 1,938
6. J. Foxx 1,922
7. E. Murray 1,917
Games
1. P. Rose 3,562
2. C. Yastrzemski 3,308
3. H. Aaron 3,298
4. R. Henderson-X 3,051
5. T. Cobb 3,035
6. E. Murray 3,026
S. Musial 3,026
At-bats
1. P. Rose 14,053
2. H. Aaron 12,364
3. C. Yastrzemski 11,988
4. C. Ripken 11,551
5. T. Cobb 11,434
6. E. Murray 11,336
Home runs
1. H. Aaron 755
2. B. Ruth 714
3. W. Mays 660
4. Ba. Bonds-X 643
5. F. Robinson 586
6. M. McGwire 583
7. H. Killebrew 573
8. R. Jackson 563
9. M. Schmidt 548
10. M. Mantle 536
11. J. Foxx 534
12. W. McCovey 521
T. Williams 521
14. S. Sosa-X 517
15. E. Banks 512
E. Mathews 512
17. M. Ott 511
R. Palmeiro-X 511
19. E. Murray 504
Hits
1. P. Rose 4,256
2. T. Cobb 4,189
3. H. Aaron 3,771
4. S. Musial 3,630
5. T. Speaker 3,514
6. H. Wagner 3,420
7. C. Yastrzemski 3,419
8. P. Molitor 3,319
9. E. Collins 3,315
10. W. Mays 3,283
11. E. Murray 3,255

X-active. Statistics through 2003 All-Star break.
Team-by-team career statistics
Team Orioles Los Angeles Dodgers New York Mets Cleveland Indians Anaheim Angels
Years 1977-1988, 1996 1989-1991, 1997 1992-1993 1994-1996 1997
Average .294 .278 .274 .281 .219
At-bats 7,075 1,735 1,161 1,205 160
Hits 2,080 483 318 339 35
Home runs 343 65 43 50 3
RBIs 1,224 282 193 203 15

Sources: Elias Sports Bureau, Total Baseball, Orioles media guides

Researcher: Paul McCardell, Sun Staff

Illustrations By Shirdell Mcdonald, Sun Staff Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun
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