List of Major League Baseball players with 300 career stolen bases

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Rickey Henderson, the all-time leader in stolen bases, slides safely into third base.

A stolen base is a baseball statistic credited to a baserunner when he successfully advances to the next base while the pitcher is throwing the ball to home plate. Under Rule 7.01 of the Major League Baseball's (MLB) Official Rules, a runner acquires the right to an unoccupied base when he touches it before he is out.[1] Stolen bases were more common in baseball's dead-ball era, when teams relied more on stolen bases and hit and run plays than on home runs.[2] As of 2015, 161 players have stolen 300 or more bases in their careers, 46 of whom are members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame; only 15 of 37 players to have stolen 500 or more bases are in the Hall of Fame.[3]

Rickey Henderson currently holds the MLB career stolen base record with 1,406.[3] Following Henderson is Lou Brock with 938 stolen bases,[3] and Billy Hamilton, who is one stolen base behind Brock with 937.[a] Ty Cobb (892),[b] Tim Raines (808), Vince Coleman (752), Eddie Collins (744), Arlie Latham (739),[c] Max Carey (738), and Honus Wagner (722)[d] are the only other players to have stolen at least 700 bases.[3] Raines is the leader for retired players who are not members of the Hall of Fame.[3] Hugh Nicol is the leader for the most stolen bases in one season, with 138 stolen bases in 1887.[8]

Before Henderson surpassed Brock in 1991, Brock had held the record with 938 stolen bases.[8] He had held this record from 1977 to 1991. Before Brock, Hamilton held the record for eighty one years with 914 stolen bases. Hamilton's record stood from 1897 to 1977.[8] Before that, Latham held the record from 1887 to 1896. Latham was also the first player to collect 300 career stolen bases.[8] With Kenny Lofton's retirement in 2007, 2008 was the first season since 1967 in which no active player had more than 500 career stolen bases.[8] From 2008 until 2010, no active player had more than 500 stolen bases. Juan Pierre collected his 500th stolen base during the 2010 season. He was the leader in stolen bases for active players until his retirement at the end of the 2013 season.[8] Ichiro Suzuki currently holds the most stolen bases for active players (487).[3] Rajai Davis became the latest player to reach the 300 stolen base plateau, doing so on August 30, 2014.[9]

Key[edit]

SB Total career stolen bases
Seasons Years in which the player was active
dagger Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
* Active player

Players[edit]

Juan Pierre batting with the White Sox on August 8, 2011
Juan Pierre won multiple stolen base titles and finished his career with 614 stolen bases.
Ty Cobb stealing 3rd base in a game in 1910
Ty Cobb stealing third base during a game on July 23, 1910
Tim Raines in outfield in 1995 while playing for the White Sox. He currently has the most stolen bases out of any non-Hall of Famer
Tim Raines is the leader in stolen bases among non-Hall of Famers.
Rajai Davis on the field during a Blue Jays game on June 3, 2012.
Rajai Davis on the field in 2012. Davis got his 300th stolen base on August 30, 2014.
Tris Speaker at bat during a baseball game in September 1912.
Tris Speaker at bat during a game on September 28, 1912. Speaker played baseball during the dead-ball era, when stolen bases were more common.
Barry Bonds at bat during a baseball game in May 2007.
Barry Bonds at bat during a game on May 13, 2007.
Elmer Flick in uniform for the Cleveland Naps in 1910.
Elmer Flick in uniform before a game in 1910.
Omar Vizquel at a game on April 26, 2012.
Omar Vizquel at a game on April 26, 2012.
Willie Mays holding some bats in 1954
Willie Mays in uniform before a game in 1954.
Carl Crawford at a game on April 3, 2011.
Carl Crawford in between innings during a game on April 3, 2011.
Johnny Damon at a game on June 22, 2005.
Johnny Damon at bat questioning an umpire's call during a game on June 22, 2005.
Arlie Latham in the dugout during a game in 1909.
Arlie Latham in the dugout during a Giants game in 1909.

Note: Stats are updated through July 5, 2015.

Players with 300 or more stolen bases
Player SB Seasons Ref
Henderson, RickeyRickey Henderson 1,406 1979–2003 [10]
Brock, LouLou Brock 938 1961–1979 [11]
Hamilton, BillyBilly Hamilton 912[a] 1888–1901 [14]
Cobb, TyTy Cobb 892[b] 1905–1928 [15]
Raines, TimTim Raines 808 1979–2002 [16]
Coleman, VinceVince Coleman 752 1985–1997 [17]
Collins, EddieEddie Collins 745 1906–1930 [18]
Latham, ArlieArlie Latham 739[c] 1880–1909 [19]
Carey, MaxMax Carey 738 1910–1929 [20]
Wagner, HonusHonus Wagner 722[d] 1897–1917 [21]
Morgan, JoeJoe Morgan 689 1963–1984 [22]
Wilson, WillieWillie Wilson 668 1976–1994 [23]
Brown, TomTom Brown 657 1882–1898 [24]
Campaneris, BertBert Campaneris 649 1964–1983 [25]
Lofton, KennyKenny Lofton 622 1991–2007 [26]
Nixon, OtisOtis Nixon 620 1983–1999 [27]
Davis, GeorgeGeorge Davis 616 1890–1909 [28]
Pierre, JuanJuan Pierre 614 2000–2013 [29]
Hoy, DummyDummy Hoy 594 1888–1902 [30]
Wills, MauryMaury Wills 586 1959–1972 [31]
Van Haltren, GeorgeGeorge Van Haltren 583 1887–1903 [32]
Smith, OzzieOzzie Smith 580 1978–1996 [33]
Duffy, HughHugh Duffy 574 1888–1906 [34]
McPhee, BidBid McPhee 568 1882–1899 [35]
Butler, BrettBrett Butler 558 1981–1997 [36]
Lopes, DaveyDavey Lopes 557 1972–1987 [37]
Cedeño, CésarCésar Cedeño 550 1970–1986 [38]
Dahlen, BillBill Dahlen 547 1891–1911 [39]
Montgomery Ward, JohnJohn Montgomery Ward 540 1878–1894 [40]
Long, HermanHerman Long 536 1889–1904 [41]
Donovan, PatsyPatsy Donovan 518 1890–1907 [42]
Doyle, JackJack Doyle 516 1889–1905 [43]
Bonds, BarryBarry Bonds 514 1986–2007 [44]
Stovey, HarryHarry Stovey 509 1880–1893 [45]
Aparicio, LuisLuis Aparicio 506 1956–1973 [46]
Clarke, FredFred Clarke 506 1894–1915 [47]
Molitor, PaulPaul Molitor 504 1978–1998 [48]
Keeler, WillieWillie Keeler 495 1892–1910 [49]
Milan, ClydeClyde Milan 495 1907–1922 [50]
Suzuki, IchiroIchiro Suzuki* (6) 493 2001–present [51]
Moreno, OmarOmar Moreno 487 1975–1986 [52]
Alomar, RobertoRoberto Alomar 474 1988–2004 [53]
Griffin, MikeMike Griffin 473 1887–1898 [54]
Crawford, CarlCarl Crawford* (0) 470 2002–present [55]
McCarthy, TommyTommy McCarthy 468 1884–1896 [56]
Sheckard, JimmyJimmy Sheckard 465 1897–1913 [57]
Young, EricEric Young 465 1992–2006 [58]
Reyes, JoséJosé Reyes* (10) 465 2003–present [59]
DeShields, DelinoDelino DeShields 463 1990–2002 [60]
Bonds, BobbyBobby Bonds 461 1968–1981 [61]
Rollins, JimmyJimmy Rollins* (6) 459 2000–present [62]
Delahanty, EdEd Delahanty 455 1888–1903 [63]
LeFlore, RonRon LeFlore 455 1974–1982 [64]
Welch, CurtCurt Welch 453 1884–1893 [65]
Sax, SteveSteve Sax 444 1981–1994 [66]
Kelley, JoeJoe Kelley 443 1891–1908 [67]
Magee, SherrySherry Magee 441 1904–1919 [68]
McGraw, JohnJohn McGraw 436 1891–1906 [69]
Speaker, TrisTris Speaker 432 1907–1928 [70]
Grissom, MarquisMarquis Grissom 429 1989–2005 [71]
Bescher, BobBob Bescher 428 1908–1918 [72]
Tiernan, MikeMike Tiernan 428 1887–1899 [73]
Comiskey, CharlesCharles Comiskey 419 1882–1894 [74]
Frisch, FrankieFrankie Frisch 419 1919–1937 [75]
Ryan, JimmyJimmy Ryan 418 1885–1903 [76]
Biggio, CraigCraig Biggio 414 1988–2007 [77]
Damon, JohnnyJohnny Damon 408 1995–2012 [78]
Harper, TommyTommy Harper 408 1962–1976 [79]
Knoblauch, ChuckChuck Knoblauch 407 1991–2002 [80]
Bush, DonieDonie Bush 404 1909–1923 [81]
Vizquel, OmarOmar Vizquel 404 1989–2012 [82]
Chance, FrankFrank Chance 401 1898–1914 [83]
Abreu, BobbyBobby Abreu 400 1996–2014 [84]
Lange, BillBill Lange 399 1893–1899 [85]
Davis, WillieWillie Davis 398 1960–1979 [86]
Mertes, SamSam Mertes 396 1896–1906 [87]
Samuel, JuanJuan Samuel 396 1983–1998 [88]
Collins, DaveDave Collins 395 1975–1990 [89]
North, BillyBilly North 395 1971–1981 [90]
Burkett, JesseJesse Burkett 389 1890–1905 [91]
Corcoran, TommyTommy Corcoran 387 1890–1907 [92]
Daly, TomTom Daly 385 1887–1893 [93]
Patek, FreddieFreddie Patek 385 1968–1981 [94]
Burns, GeorgeGeorge Burns 383 1911–1925 [95]
Nicol, HughHugh Nicol 383 1881–1890 [96]
Pfeffer, FredFred Pfeffer 383 1882–1897 [97]
Wilmot, WaltWalt Wilmot 381 1888–1898 [98]
Lajoie, NapNap Lajoie 380 1896–1916 [99]
Larkin, BarryBarry Larkin 379 1986–2004 [100]
Hooper, HarryHarry Hooper 375 1909–1925 [101]
Sisler, GeorgeGeorge Sisler 375 1915–1930 [102]
Glasscock, JackJack Glasscock 372 1879–1895 [103]
Castillo, LuisLuis Castillo 370 1996–2010 [104]
Smith, LonnieLonnie Smith 370 1978–1994 [105]
Goodwin, TomTom Goodwin 369 1991–2004 [106]
Kelly, KingKing Kelly 368 1878–1893 [107]
Crawford, SamSam Crawford 366 1899–1917 [108]
Dowd, TommyTommy Dowd 366 1891–1901 [109]
Chase, HalHal Chase 363 1905–1919 [110]
Womack, TonyTony Womack 363 1993–2006 [111]
Leach, TommyTommy Leach 361 1898–1916 [112]
Jones, FielderFielder Jones 359 1896–1915 [113]
Jeter, DerekDerek Jeter 358 1995–2014 [114]
Ewing, BuckBuck Ewing 354 1880–1897 [115]
Pettis, GaryGary Pettis 354 1982–1992 [116]
Carew, RodRod Carew 353 1967–1985 [117]
McGee, WillieWillie McGee 352 1982–1999 [118]
Tucker, TommyTommy Tucker 352 1887–1899 [119]
Rice, SamSam Rice 351 1915–1934 [120]
Case, GeorgeGeorge Case 349 1937–1947 [121]
Davis, EricEric Davis 349 1984–2001 [122]
Radford, PaulPaul Radford 346 1883–1894 [123]
White, DevonDevon White 346 1985–2001 [124]
Sandberg, RyneRyne Sandberg 344 1981–1997 [125]
Cruz, JulioJulio Cruz 343 1977–1986 [126]
Figgins, ChoneChone Figgins* (0) 341 2002–present [127]
Otis, AmosAmos Otis 341 1967–1984 [128]
Jennings, HughieHughie Jennings 341 1891–1918 [129]
Mays, WillieWillie Mays 338 1951–1973 [130]
Anderson, JohnJohn Anderson 336 1894–1908 [131]
Tinker, JoeJoe Tinker 336 1902–1916 [132]
Collins, HubHub Collins 335 1886–1892 [133]
Selbach, KipKip Selbach 334 1894–1906 [134]
Flick, ElmerElmer Flick 330 1898–1910 [135]
Cardenal, JoséJosé Cardenal 329 1964–1980 [136]
Hanlon, NedNed Hanlon 329 1880–1892 [137]
Cross, MonteMonte Cross 328 1892–1907 [138]
Cuyler, KikiKiki Cuyler 328 1921–1938 [139]
Gleason, KidKid Gleason 328 1888–1912 [140]
Johnson, LanceLance Johnson 327 1987–2000 [141]
Wilson, MookieMookie Wilson 327 1980–1991 [142]
Fogarty, JimJim Fogarty 325 1884–1890 [143]
Evers, JohnnyJohnny Evers 324 1902–1929 [144]
Huggins, MillerMiller Huggins 324 1904–1916 [145]
McKean, EdEd McKean 323 1887–1899 [146]
Rodriguez, AlexAlex Rodriguez* (1) 323 1994–present [147]
Redus, GaryGary Redus 322 1982–1994 [148]
Concepción, DaveDave Concepción 321 1970–1988 [149]
Murray, RedRed Murray 321 1906–1916 [150]
Polonia, LuisLuis Polonia 321 1987–2000 [151]
Finley, SteveSteve Finley 320 1989–2007 [152]
Gwynn, TonyTony Gwynn 319 1982–2001 [153]
Bowa, LarryLarry Bowa 318 1970–1985 [154]
Shindle, BillyBilly Shindle 318 1886–1898 [155]
Davis, RajaiRajai Davis* (14) 318 2006–present [156]
Cruz, JoséJosé Cruz 317 1970–1988 [157]
Lobert, HansHans Lobert 316 1903–1920 [158]
Bourn, MichaelMichael Bourn* (7) 316 2006–present [159]
Anderson, BradyBrady Anderson 315 1988–2002 [160]
Beckley, JakeJake Beckley 315 1888–1907 [161]
Dawson, AndreAndre Dawson 314 1978–1996 [162]
Furcal, RafaelRafael Furcal 314 2000–2015 [163]
Herzog, BuckBuck Herzog 312 1908–1920 [164]
Washington, ClaudellClaudell Washington 312 1974–1990 [165]
Beltrán, CarlosCarlos Beltrán* (0) 311 1998–present [166]
Podsednik, ScottScott Podsednik 309 2001–2012 [167]
Pinson, VadaVada Pinson 305 1958–1975 [168]
Sanders, ReggieReggie Sanders 304 1991–2007 [169]
Lowe, BobbyBobby Lowe 302 1880–1907 [170]
Cross, LaveLave Cross 301 1887–1907 [171]
Taveras, FrankFrank Taveras 300 1971–1982 [172]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b The Baseball Hall of Fame credits Hamilton with 937 steals,[12] The MLB credits him with 912 steals[13] and Baseball Reference credits him with 914 steals.[14]
  2. ^ a b The MLB[4] credits Cobb with 892 career stolen bases; Baseball Reference lists 897 stolen bases for Cobb.[5]
  3. ^ a b The MLB[6] credits Latham with 739 career stolen bases; Baseball Reference lists 742 stolen bases for Latham.[3]
  4. ^ a b The MLB[7] credits Wagner with 722 career stolen bases; Baseball Reference lists 723 stolen bases for Wagner.[3]

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