National League Rbi Champions

National League RBI champions

  • Al Oliver Al Oliver
    Albert Oliver, Jr. is a former Major League Baseball player. Over the course of his 18-year career, he played for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Texas Rangers, Montreal Expos, San Francisco Giants, Philadelphia Phillies, Los Angeles Dodgers and Toronto Blue Jays.
  • Andre Dawson Andre Dawson
    Andre Nolan Dawson, nicknamed "The Hawk" and "Awesome Dawson", is a former American professional baseball player. During a 21-year baseball career, he played for four different teams as a center and right fielder, spending most of his career with the Montreal Expos and Chicago Cubs.
  • Andrés Galarraga Andrés Galarraga
    Andrés José Padovani Galarraga is a Venezuelan former professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball as a first baseman for the Montreal Expos, St. Louis Cardinals, Colorado Rockies, Atlanta Braves, Texas Rangers, San Francisco Giants and Anaheim Angels.
  • Andruw Jones Andruw Jones
    Andruw Rudolf Jones is a Curaçaoan retired professional baseball outfielder and designated hitter. He played in Major League Baseball most notably for the Atlanta Braves.
  • Barry Bonds Barry Bonds
    Barry Lamar Bonds is an American former professional baseball left fielder who played 22 seasons in Major League Baseball with the Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants.
  • Bill Dahlen Bill Dahlen
    William Frederick Dahlen, nicknamed "Bad Bill" for his ferocious temperament, was an American shortstop and manager in Major League Baseball who played for four National League teams from to.
  • Bill Nicholson (baseball) Bill Nicholson (baseball)
    William Beck "Swish" Nicholson was a right fielder in Major League Baseball who played for the Philadelphia Athletics, Chicago Cubs and Philadelphia Phillies. A native of Chestertown, Maryland, where he attended Washington College, he batted left-handed and threw right-handed.
  • Cap Anson Cap Anson
    Adrian Constantine Anson, nicknamed "Cap" and "Pop", was a Major League Baseball first baseman. Including his time in the National Association, he played a record 27 consecutive seasons. Anson was regarded as one of the greatest players of his era and one of the first superstars of the game.
  • Charley Jones Charley Jones
    Charles Wesley Jones was an American left fielder in the National Association and Major League Baseball who hit 56 home runs and batted.298 during his twelve-year career. He was born in Alamance County, North Carolina.
  • Chief Wilson Chief Wilson
    John Owen "Chief" Wilson was an American baseball outfielder who played nine seasons in Major League Baseball. He played for the Pittsburgh Pirates and the St. Louis Cardinals from 1908 to 1916. He batted left-handed but threw right-handed and served primarily as a right fielder.
  • Chuck Klein Chuck Klein
    Charles Herbert Klein, nicknamed the "Hoosier Hammer", was an American professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball as an outfielder for the Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates.
  • Cy Seymour Cy Seymour
    James Bentley "Cy" Seymour was an American center fielder and pitcher in Major League Baseball. From 1896 through 1913, Seymour played for the New York Giants, Baltimore Orioles, Cincinnati Reds and Boston Braves. He batted and threw left-handed.
  • Dale Murphy Dale Murphy
    Dale Bryan Murphy is a former Major League Baseball outfielder, catcher, and first baseman. During an 18-year baseball career, 1976–93, he played for three different teams, but is best noted for his time with the Atlanta Braves.
  • Dan Brouthers Dan Brouthers
    Dennis Joseph "Dan" Brouthers was an American first baseman in Major League Baseball whose career spanned the period from to, with a brief return in. Nicknamed "Big Dan" for his size, he was and weighed, which was large by 19th-century standards.
  • Dante Bichette
    Alphonse Dante Bichette, Sr. is a former professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball as an outfielder for the California Angels, Milwaukee Brewers, Colorado Rockies, Cincinnati Reds, and Boston Red Sox. He was also the hitting coach for the Rockies in 2013.
  • Dave Parker Dave Parker
    David Gene Parker, nicknamed "The Cobra", is an American former player in Major League Baseball. He was the 1978 National League MVP and a two-time batting champion.
  • Dave Winfield Dave Winfield
    David Mark Winfield is an American former Major League Baseball right fielder. He is currently special assistant to the executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association.
  • Deacon White Deacon White
    James Laurie "Deacon" White was an American baseball player who was one of the principal stars during the first two decades of the sport's professional era.
  • Del Ennis Del Ennis
    Delmer Ennis was an American left and right fielder in Major League Baseball who played most of his career for the Philadelphia Phillies. From 1949 to 1957, Ennis accumulated more runs batted in than anyone besides Stan Musial and was eighth in the National League in home runs.
  • Deron Johnson
    Deron Roger Johnson was an American professional baseball player.
  • Dixie Walker Dixie Walker
    Fred E. "Dixie" Walker was an outfielder, primarily a right fielder, in Major League Baseball, playing for the New York Yankees, Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers, Brooklyn Dodgers and Pittsburgh Pirates.
  • Dolph Camilli Dolph Camilli
    Adolph Louis Camilli was an American first baseman in Major League Baseball who spent most of his career with the Philadelphia Phillies and Brooklyn Dodgers.
  • Don Hurst Don Hurst
    Frank O'Donnell "Don" Hurst was a first baseman in Major League Baseball. He played with the Philadelphia Phillies and Chicago Cubs from 1928 to 1934. In 1932, he led the National League in runs batted in with 143. Hurst stood at.
  • Duke Snider Duke Snider
    Edwin Donald "Duke" Snider, nicknamed "The Silver Fox" and "The Duke of Flatbush", was an American professional baseball player.
  • Ed Delahanty Ed Delahanty
    Edward James Delahanty, nicknamed "Big Ed", was a Major League Baseball player from 1888 to 1903 for the Philadelphia Phillies, Cleveland Infants and Washington Senators.
  • Elmer Flick Elmer Flick
    Elmer Harrison Flick was an American professional baseball outfielder who played in Major League Baseball from 1898 to 1910 for the Philadelphia Phillies, Philadelphia Athletics, and Cleveland Bronchos/Naps.
  • Enos Slaughter Enos Slaughter
    Enos Bradsher Slaughter, nicknamed "Country", was an American Major League Baseball right fielder. He played for 19-seasons on four major league teams from 1938–1942 and 1946–1959.
  • Ernie Banks Ernie Banks
    Ernest Banks, nicknamed "Mr. Cub" and "Mr. Sunshine", was an American professional baseball player who starred in Major League Baseball as a shortstop and first baseman for the Chicago Cubs between 1953 and 1971.
  • Frank McCormick Frank McCormick
    Frank Andrew McCormick was an American baseball first baseman who played fifteen seasons in Major League Baseball. Nicknamed "Buck" in honor of Frank Buck, he played for the Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies and Boston Braves from 1934 to 1948.
  • Frank Schulte Frank Schulte
    Frank M. "Wildfire" Schulte was an American right fielder in Major League Baseball who played for the Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates, Philadelphia Phillies, and Washington Senators from 1904 to 1918. He helped the Cubs win four National League championships and two World Series.
  • Gary Carter Gary Carter
    Gary Edmund Carter was an American professional baseball catcher whose 21-year career was spent primarily with the Montreal Expos and New York Mets. Nicknamed "Kid" for his youthful exuberance, Carter was named an All-Star 11 times, and was a member of the 1986 World Champion Mets.
  • Gavvy Cravath Gavvy Cravath
    Clifford Carlton "Gavvy" Cravath, also nicknamed "Cactus", was an American right fielder and right-handed batter in Major League Baseball who played primarily for the Philadelphia Phillies.
  • George Davis (baseball) George Davis (baseball)
    George Stacey Davis was an American professional baseball shortstop and manager in Major League Baseball at the turn of the 20th century. Davis also spent multiple seasons as a third baseman and center fielder, and lesser amounts of time at other positions.
  • George Foster (baseball) George Foster (baseball)
    George Arthur Foster is an American former professional baseball outfielder, who played in Major League Baseball from 1969 to 1986. One of the most feared right-handed sluggers of his era, he was a key piece of the Cincinnati Reds' "Big Red Machine" that won consecutive World Series in and.
  • George Kelly (baseball) George Kelly (baseball)
    George Lange Kelly, nicknamed "Long George" and "High Pockets", was a Major League Baseball first baseman. He played most of his MLB career for the New York Giants, but also played for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Cincinnati Reds, Chicago Cubs, and Brooklyn Dodgers.
  • Greg Luzinski Greg Luzinski
    Gregory Michael "The Bull" Luzinski is a former professional baseball player.
  • Hack Wilson Hack Wilson
    Lewis Robert "Hack" Wilson was an American Major League Baseball player who played 12 seasons for the New York Giants, Chicago Cubs, Brooklyn Dodgers and Philadelphia Phillies.
  • Hank Aaron
    Henry Louis "Hank" Aaron, nicknamed "Hammer", or "Hammerin' Hank", is a retired American Major League Baseball right fielder who is currently the senior vice president of the Atlanta Braves.
  • Hank Sauer Hank Sauer
    Henry John "Hank" Sauer was a left fielder in Major League Baseball. From 1941 through 1959, Sauer played for the Cincinnati Reds, Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, New York Giants and San Francisco Giants. He batted and threw right-handed.
  • Harry Steinfeldt Harry Steinfeldt
    Harry M. Steinfeldt was an American professional baseball player. A third baseman, Steinfeldt played in Major League Baseball for the Cincinnati Reds, Chicago Cubs, and Boston Rustlers. He batted and threw right-handed.
  • Heinie Zimmerman Heinie Zimmerman
    Henry Zimmerman, known as "Heinie" or "The Great Zim", was a professional baseball infielder. Zimmerman played in Major League Baseball for the Chicago Cubs and New York Giants from 1907 to 1919.
  • Hi Myers
    Henry Harrison "Hy" Myers was a professional baseball player. He was an outfielder over all or part of 14 seasons with the Brooklyn Superbas/Robins, St. Louis Cardinals, and Cincinnati Reds. In 1919 he led the National League in RBIs, triples, slugging and total bases.
  • Honus Wagner Honus Wagner
    Johannes Peter "Honus" Wagner was an American baseball shortstop who played 21 seasons in Major League Baseball from 1897 to 1917, almost entirely for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Wagner won eight batting titles, tied for the most in National League history with Tony Gwynn.
  • Howard Johnson (baseball) Howard Johnson (baseball)
    Howard Michael Johnson, nicknamed HoJo, is a former Major League Baseball switch hitting third baseman. He is best known for his career in Major League Baseball, where he played for the Detroit Tigers, New York Mets, Colorado Rockies and Chicago Cubs from 1982 to 1995.
  • Hugh Duffy Hugh Duffy
    Hugh Duffy was an outfielder and manager in Major League Baseball. He was a player or player-manager for the Chicago White Stockings, Chicago Pirates, Boston Reds, Boston Beaneaters, Milwaukee Brewers and Philadelphia Phillies between 1888 and 1906.
  • Irish Meusel Irish Meusel
    Emil Frederick "Irish" Meusel was an American baseball left fielder.
  • Jeff Bagwell Jeff Bagwell
    Jeffrey Robert Bagwell is an American former professional first baseman and coach who spent his entire 15-year Major League Baseball playing career with the Houston Astros.
  • Jim Bottomley Jim Bottomley
    James Leroy Bottomley was an American professional baseball player. A first baseman, Bottomley played in Major League Baseball from 1922 through 1937 for the St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds, and St. Louis Browns. He also served as player-manager for the Browns in 1937.
  • Jim Nealon
    James Joseph Nealon was a professional baseball player. He was born in Sacramento, California, and died in San Francisco, at the age of 25.
  • Joe Medwick Joe Medwick
    Joseph Michael Medwick, nicknamed "Ducky", was an American Major League Baseball player. A left fielder for the St. Louis Cardinals during the "Gashouse Gang" era of the 1930s, he also played for the Brooklyn Dodgers, New York Giants, and Boston Braves.
  • Joe Nealon
    James Joseph Nealon was a professional baseball player. He was born in Sacramento, California, and died in San Francisco, at the age of 25.
  • Joe Torre
    Joseph Paul Torre is an American professional baseball executive, serving in the capacity of Major League Baseball's chief baseball officer since 2011. A former player, manager and television color commentator, Torre ranks fifth all-time in MLB history with 2,326 wins as a manager.
  • Johnny Bench Johnny Bench
    Johnny Lee Bench is an American former professional baseball catcher who played in the Major Leagues for the Cincinnati Reds from 1967 to 1983 and is a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
  • Johnny Mize Johnny Mize
    John Robert "Johnny" Mize, nicknamed Big Jawn and The Big Cat, was a baseball player who was a first baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals, New York Giants, and New York Yankees.
  • John O'Rourke (baseball) John O'Rourke (baseball)
    John W. O'Rourke was a 19th-century baseball player. Between 1879 and 1883, he played in the National League with the Boston Red Caps and in the American Association for the New York Metropolitans. A center fielder, O'Rourke batted and threw left-handed. He was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
  • Ken Boyer Ken Boyer
    Kenton Lloyd "Kent" Boyer was an American Major League Baseball third baseman, coach and manager who played on the St. Louis Cardinals, New York Mets, Chicago White Sox, and Los Angeles Dodgers for 15 seasons, 1955 through 1969.
  • Kevin Mitchell (baseball)
    Kevin Darnell Mitchell is an American former Major League Baseball left fielder. A two-time All-Star and the 1989 NL MVP, he became widely known not only for his occasional brilliance on the field, but also for his unpredictable and sometimes volatile behavior off the field.
  • Lance Berkman Lance Berkman
    William Lance Berkman, nicknamed "Big Puma", is an American former professional baseball outfielder and first baseman. He played 15 seasons in Major League Baseball for the Houston Astros, New York Yankees, St. Louis Cardinals and Texas Rangers.
  • Mark McGwire Mark McGwire
    Mark David McGwire, nicknamed Big Mac, is an American former professional baseball player and currently a bench coach in Major League Baseball. As a first baseman, his MLB career spanned from 1986 to 2001 while playing for the Oakland Athletics and the St. Louis Cardinals.
  • Matt Holliday Matt Holliday
    Matthew Thomas Holliday is an American professional baseball designated hitter for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball. He previously played left field for the Colorado Rockies, Oakland Athletics, and St. Louis Cardinals.
  • Matt Williams (third baseman) Matt Williams (third baseman)
    Matthew Derrick Williams, nicknamed "Matt the Bat" and "The Big Marine" is a former professional baseball third baseman. A right-handed batter, Williams played in Major League Baseball for the San Francisco Giants, the Cleveland Indians, and the Arizona Diamondbacks.
  • Mel Ott Mel Ott
    Melvin Thomas Ott, nicknamed "Master Melvin", was an American professional baseball player who played in Major League Baseball as a right fielder for the New York Giants, from through.
  • Mike Schmidt Mike Schmidt
    Michael Jack Schmidt is an American former professional baseball third baseman who played 17 seasons in Major League Baseball for the Philadelphia Phillies.
  • Monte Irvin Monte Irvin
    Monford Merrill "Monte" Irvin was an American left fielder and right fielder in the Negro leagues and Major League Baseball who played with the Newark Eagles, New York Giants and Chicago Cubs. He grew up in New Jersey and was a standout football player at Lincoln University.
  • Nap Lajoie Nap Lajoie
    Napoléon "Nap" Lajoie, also known as Larry Lajoie and nicknamed "The Frenchman", was an American professional baseball second baseman and player-manager. He played in Major League Baseball for the Philadelphia Phillies, Philadelphia Athletics, and Cleveland Naps between 1896 and 1916.
  • Orlando Cepeda Orlando Cepeda
    Orlando Manuel "Peruchin" Cepeda Pennes is a Puerto Rican former Major League Baseball first baseman and a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.
  • Oyster Burns Oyster Burns
    Thomas P. "Oyster" Burns was a professional baseball player whose career spanned 15 seasons, 11 of which were spent with the Major League Baseball Wilmington Quicksteps, Baltimore Orioles, Brooklyn Bridegrooms, and New York Giants.
  • Paul Hines Paul Hines
    Paul Aloysius Hines was an American center fielder in professional baseball who played in the National Association and Major League Baseball from 1872 to 1891.
  • Paul Waner Paul Waner
    Paul Glee Waner, nicknamed "Big Poison", was an American professional baseball right fielder. He played for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Brooklyn Dodgers, Boston Braves, and New York Yankees of Major League Baseball from 1926 to 1945.
  • Preston Wilson Preston Wilson
    Preston James Richard Wilson is a former professional baseball center fielder. He played all or part of ten seasons in Major League Baseball from 1998–2007. He is both the nephew and stepson of former New York Mets star Mookie Wilson.
  • Prince Fielder Prince Fielder
    Prince Semien Fielder is an American professional baseball first baseman and designated hitter for the Texas Rangers of Major League Baseball. He has also played for the Milwaukee Brewers and Detroit Tigers.
  • Ralph Kiner Ralph Kiner
    Ralph McPherran Kiner was an American Major League Baseball player. An outfielder, Kiner played for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs, and Cleveland Indians from 1946 through 1955.
  • Roger Connor Roger Connor
    Roger Connor was a 19th-century Major League Baseball player. He played for several teams, but his longest tenure was in New York, where he was responsible for the New York Gothams becoming known as the Giants. He was the player whom Babe Ruth succeeded as the all-time home run champion.
  • Rogers Hornsby Rogers Hornsby
    Rogers Hornsby, Sr., nicknamed "The Rajah", was an American baseball infielder, manager, and coach who played 23 seasons in Major League Baseball. He played for the St. Louis Cardinals, New York Giants, Boston Braves, Chicago Cubs, and St. Louis Browns.
  • Roy Campanella Roy Campanella
    Roy Campanella, nicknamed "Campy", was an American baseball player, primarily as a catcher. The Philadelphia native played for the Negro leagues and Mexican League for several seasons before entering the minor leagues in 1946. He made his Major League Baseball debut in 1948.
  • Ryan Howard Ryan Howard
    Ryan James Howard is an American professional baseball first baseman who plays for the Colorado Rockies organization. Howard previously played for the Philadelphia Phillies of Major League Baseball from 2004 to 2016. Howard stands and weighs. He bats and throws left-handed.
  • Sam Mertes Sam Mertes
    Samuel Blair Mertes was a professional baseball player. He was an outfielder over parts of 10 seasons with the Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago Orphans, Chicago White Sox, New York Giants, and St. Louis Cardinals. He led the National League in RBIs in 1903 while playing for New York.
  • Sammy Sosa
    Samuel Kelvin Peralta Sosa is a Haitian-Dominican former professional baseball right fielder. Sosa played with four Major League Baseball teams over his career, most notably the Chicago Cubs. Sosa's Major League career began with the Texas Rangers in.
  • Sam Thompson Sam Thompson
    Samuel Luther "Big Sam" Thompson was an American professional baseball player from 1884 to 1898 and with a brief comeback in 1906. At 6 feet, 2 inches, the Indiana native was one of the larger players of his day and was known for his prominent handlebar mustache.
  • Sherry Magee Sherry Magee
    Sherwood Robert "Sherry" Magee was an American left fielder in Major League Baseball. From 1904 through 1919, Magee played for the Philadelphia Phillies, Boston Braves and Cincinnati Reds. He batted and threw right-handed.
  • Stan Musial Stan Musial
    Stanley Frank Musial, nicknamed Stan the Man, was an American Major League Baseball outfielder and first baseman. He spent 22 seasons playing for the St. Louis Cardinals, from 1941 to 1944 and 1946 to 1963.
  • Ted Kluszewski Ted Kluszewski
    Theodore Bernard "Big Klu" Kluszewski was an American professional baseball player from 1947 through 1961. He spent most of his 15-year Major League Baseball career playing for the Cincinnati Reds as a first baseman.
  • Todd Helton Todd Helton
    Todd Lynn Helton is a former American professional baseball first baseman who played his entire 17-year career for the Colorado Rockies of Major League Baseball.
  • Tommy Davis Tommy Davis
    Herman Thomas "Tommy" Davis, Jr. is an American former Major League Baseball left fielder and third baseman. He played from 1959–76 for ten different teams, but he is best known for his years with the Los Angeles Dodgers when he was a two-time National League batting champion.
  • Vinny Castilla Vinny Castilla
    Vinicio "Vinny" Castilla Soria is a Mexican-born former Major League Baseball third baseman who played his best years with the Colorado Rockies and Atlanta Braves.
  • Wally Berger Wally Berger
    Walter Anton Berger was a Major League Baseball outfielder who played for four National League teams, primarily the Boston Braves. Berger was the National League's starting center fielder in baseball's first All-Star Game.
  • Willie McCovey
    Willie Lee McCovey, nicknamed "Mac", "Big Mac", and "Stretch", is an American former Major League Baseball first baseman. He played nineteen seasons for the San Francisco Giants, and three more for the San Diego Padres and Oakland Athletics, between and.
  • Willie Stargell Willie Stargell
    Wilver Dornell "Willie" Stargell, nicknamed "Pops" in the later years of his career, was an American professional baseball player. He played his entire Major League Baseball career as the left fielder and first baseman for the Pittsburgh Pirates of the National League.

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