Hits and Home Run Leaders for AL Teams

Who are the all-time franchise leaders in hits and homeruns for these American League teams?

(presented September 2009)

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  1. Baltimore Orioles/St. Louis Browns

Ripken, 3,184 hits

Ripken, 431 home runs

 
  2. Boston Red Sox

Yaztrzemski, 3,419 hits

Williams, 521 home runs

 
  3. Chicago White Sox

Appling, 2,749 hits

Thomas, 448 home runs

 
  4. Cleveland Indians

Lajoie, 2,406 hits

Thome, 334 home runs

 
  5. Detroit Tigers

MCobb, 3,902 hits

Kaline, 399 home runs

 
  6.

Kansas City Royals

Brett, 3,154 hits

Brett, 317 home runs

 
  7. Los Angeles/Anaheim/California Angels

Anderson, 2,368 hits

Salmon, 279 home runs

 
  8.

Minnesota Twins/Washington Senators (1)

Sam Rice, 2,889 hits

Killebrew, 559 home runs

 
  9. New York Yankees

Jeter, 2,727 hits* (still counting as of 09/15/09)

Ruth, 659 home runs

 
  10. Oakland/KC/Philadelphia A’s

Campaneris, 1,882 hits

McGwire, 363 home runs

 
  11. Seattle Mariners

E. Martinez, 2,247 hits

Griffey, 412 home runs

 
  12. Tampa Bay Rays

Crawford, 1,278 hits* (still counting as of 09/15/09)

Huff, 128 home runs

 
  13. Texas Rangers/Washington Senators (2)

I. Rodriguez, 1,740 hits

J. Gonzalez, 372 home runs

 
  14. Toronto Blue Jays

Fernandez, 1,583 hits

Delgado, 336 home runs

 

 

 

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