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Players with a 100 Run Season who Played for a Single Franchise in their Career

Posted by Adam Darowski on June 5, 2024

  1. Charlie Abbey
  2. Ronald Acuña Jr.
  3. Ozzie Albies
  4. Bob Allison
  5. Pete Alonso
  6. Jose Altuve
  7. Cap Anson
  8. Luke Appling
  9. Jeff Bagwell
  10. Ernie Banks
  11. Marvin Benard
  12. Johnny Bench
  13. Bo Bichette
  14. Carson Bigbee
  15. Craig Biggio
  16. Del Bissonette
  17. Charlie Blackmon
  18. Ray Blades
  19. Ryan Braun
  20. Alex Bregman
  21. George Brett
  22. Roy Campanella
  23. Corbin Carroll
  24. Ray Chapman
  25. Roberto Clemente
  26. Hub Collins
  27. Earle Combs
  28. Charlie Comiskey
  29. Frankie Crosetti
  30. Rafael Devers
  31. Dom DiMaggio
  32. Joe DiMaggio
  33. Bobby Doerr
  34. Jim Fogarty
  35. Dave Foutz
  36. Johnny Frederick
  37. Lou Gehrig
  38. Charlie Gehringer
  39. Jim Gilliam
  40. Alex Gordon
  41. Jack Graney
  42. Rusty Greer
  43. Mike Griffin
  44. Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
  45. Tony Gwynn
  46. Stan Hack
  47. Todd Helton
  48. Gunnar Henderson
  49. Tommy Henrich
  50. Bobby Higginson
  51. Bug Holliday
  52. Ryan Howard
  53. Derek Jeter
  54. Spud Johnson
  55. Dick Johnston
  56. Chipper Jones
  57. Aaron Judge
  58. Al Kaline
  59. Whitey Kurowski
  60. Bill Lange
  61. Barry Larkin
  62. Henry Larkin
  63. Buddy Lewis
  64. Carl Lind
  65. Mickey Mantle
  66. Lefty Marr
  67. Pepper Martin
  68. Edgar Martínez
  69. Don Mattingly
  70. Bid McPhee
  71. Clyde Milan
  72. Jo-Jo Moore
  73. Johnny Mostil
  74. Stan Musial
  75. Brandon Nimmo
  76. Darby O’Brien
  77. Tony Oliva
  78. Mel Ott
  79. Dustin Pedroia
  80. Kirby Puckett
  81. José Ramírez
  82. Pee Wee Reese
  83. Jim Rice
  84. Austin Riley
  85. Cal Ripken Jr.
  86. Phil Rizzuto
  87. Jackie Robinson
  88. Julio Rodríguez
  89. Red Rolfe
  90. Al Rosen
  91. Tim Salmon
  92. Ted Scheffler
  93. Mike Schmidt
  94. George Selkirk
  95. Freddy Spurgeon
  96. Willie Stargell
  97. Bill Terry
  98. Mike Tiernan
  99. Alan Trammell
  100. Cecil Travis
  101. Pie Traynor
  102. Mike Trout
  103. Billy Urbanski
  104. Joey Votto
  105. Buck Weaver
  106. Lou Whitaker
  107. Roy White
  108. Bernie Williams
  109. Ted Williams
  110. Chicken Wolf
  111. David Wright
  112. Carl Yastrzemski
  113. Ross Youngs
  114. Robin Yount
  115. Ryan Zimmerman

ONLY ONE TEAM: Player must have played for only one major league franchise, or only one AL/NL team, in their career. For example, Tony Gwynn (only played for one team, an AL/NL team), Buck Leonard (only played for one team, a Negro Leagues team), Jackie Robinson (only played for one team in AL/NL, but additionally played for a team in the Negro Leagues), and Mike Griffin (only played with one team in the AL/NL, but additionally played in the AA and PL) would all qualify.

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