List of Major League Baseball annual runs batted in leaders

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Lou Gehrig briefly held the single-season RBI record with his 175 in 1927 before Hack Wilson topped this total with 191 in 1930. In total Gehrig was responsible for three of the nine seasons in which a player hit 170 or more RBI.[1]

In baseball, a run batted in (RBI) is awarded to a batter for each runner who scores as a result of the batter's action, including a hit, fielder's choice, sacrifice fly, bases loaded walk, or hit by pitch.[2] A batter is also awarded an RBI for scoring himself upon hitting a home run;[2] in Major League Baseball (MLB), a player in each league[L] wins the "RBI crown"[3] or "RBI title"[4][5] each season by hitting the most runs batted in that year.

The first RBI champion in the National League (NL) was Deacon White; in the league's inaugural 1876 season, White hit 60 RBIs for the Chicago White Stockings.[6] The American League (AL) was established in 1901, and Hall of Fame second baseman Nap Lajoie led that league with 125 RBIs for the Philadelphia Athletics.[7] Over the course of his 27-season career, Cap Anson led the NL in RBI eight times.[8] Babe Ruth and Honus Wagner have the second- and third-most RBI titles, respectively: Ruth with six, and Wagner with five.[9][10] Several players are tied for the most consecutive seasons led with three: Anson (twice), Ty Cobb, Rogers Hornsby, Ruth, Joe Medwick, George Foster, and Cecil Fielder. Notably, Matt Holliday won the NL title in 2007 by one RBI over Ryan Howard, only overtaking Howard due to his performance in the 2007 National League Wild Card tie-breaker game.[11] Had Howard won the 2007 title, he would have led the NL in a record four consecutive seasons from 2006 to 2009,[12] the most recent champions are Edwin Encarnación in the American League, and Nolan Arenado in the National League.

Sam Thompson was the first to set a single-season RBI record that stood for more than three seasons, hitting 166 in 1887.[13] Thompson's title that season also represented the widest margin of victory for an RBI champion as he topped the next highest total by 62 RBIs, the single-season mark of 166 stood for over thirty years until Babe Ruth hit 171 in 1921.[13] Ruth's mark was then broken by teammate Lou Gehrig six seasons later in 1927 when Gehrig hit 175 RBI.[13] Finally, Hack Wilson set the current record mark of 191 RBI in 1930 with the Chicago Cubs,[1] the all-time career RBI record holder is Hank Aaron with 2,297, 84 more than Ruth in second place.[14] Aaron led the National League in RBI four times, never consecutively, the 1930 season when Wilson set the record saw four players hit more than 160 RBI: Wilson, Gehrig, Chuck Klein, and Al Simmons.[1] A player has batted in 160 or more runs 21 times, with 14 of these seasons occurring during the 1930s and only twice since 1940,[1] the lowest RBI total to ever lead a major league was 49, by Deacon White in the National League's second season.[12]

Key[edit]

Winner(s) Player(s) with the most runs batted in (RBI) in the league
RBI The winner's total number of runs batted in
Runner(s)-up Player(s) with the second-most RBIs in the league
2nd RBI The runner-up total number of runs batted in
League Denoted only for players outside of the modern major leagues
Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

American League[edit]

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Detroit Tigers teammates Ty Cobb, Sam Crawford, and Bobby Veach won nine of the twelve American League RBI titles from 1907 to 1918.
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Babe Ruth held the single-season RBI record from 1921 to 1927, holds the second-most RBI titles with six, and has the second-most career RBI.
Hank Greenberg, Hall of Famer and 4-time RBI leader
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Mark Teixeira led the American League in RBI in 2009.
Year Winner(s) RBI Team(s) Runner(s)-up 2nd RBI Ref
1901 Nap Lajoie 125 Philadelphia Athletics Buck Freeman 114 [15]
1902 Buck Freeman 121 Boston Americans Charlie Hickman 110 [16]
1903 Buck Freeman 104 Boston Americans Charlie Hickman 97 [17]
1904 Nap Lajoie 102 Cleveland Naps Buck Freeman 84 [18]
1905 Harry Davis 83 Philadelphia Athletics Lave Cross 77 [19]
1906 Harry Davis 96 Philadelphia Athletics Nap Lajoie 91 [20]
1907 Ty Cobb 119 Detroit Tigers Socks Seybold 92 [21]
1908 Ty Cobb 108 Detroit Tigers Sam Crawford 80 [22]
1909 Ty Cobb 107 Detroit Tigers Sam Crawford 97 [23]
1910 Sam Crawford 120 Detroit Tigers Ty Cobb 91 [24]
1911 Ty Cobb 127 Detroit Tigers Sam Crawford 115 [25]
1912 Frank Baker 130 Philadelphia Athletics Duffy Lewis 109 [26]
1913 Frank Baker 117 Philadelphia Athletics Stuffy McInnis 90 [27]
1914 Sam Crawford 104 Detroit Tigers Stuffy McInnis 95 [28]
1915 Bobby Veach
Sam Crawford
112 Detroit Tigers Ty Cobb 99 [29]
1916 Del Pratt 103 St. Louis Browns Wally Pipp 93 [30]
1917 Bobby Veach 103 Detroit Tigers Happy Felsch 102 [31]
1918 Bobby Veach 78 Detroit Tigers George Burns 70 [32]
1919 Babe Ruth 114 Boston Red Sox Bobby Veach 101 [33]
1920 Babe Ruth 137 New York Yankees George Sisler 122 [34]
1921 Babe Ruth 171 New York Yankees Harry Heilmann 139 [35]
1922 Ken Williams 155 St. Louis Browns Bobby Veach 126 [36]
1923 Babe Ruth 131 New York Yankees Tris Speaker 130 [37]
1924 Goose Goslin 129 Washington Senators Babe Ruth 121 [38]
1925 Bob Meusel 138 New York Yankees Harry Heilmann 134 [39]
1926 Babe Ruth 146 New York Yankees Tony Lazzeri
George Burns
114 [40]
1927 Lou Gehrig 175 New York Yankees Babe Ruth 164 [41]
1928 Babe Ruth
Lou Gehrig
142 New York Yankees Bob Meusel 113 [42]
1929 Al Simmons 157 Philadelphia Athletics Babe Ruth 154 [43]
1930 Lou Gehrig 173 New York Yankees Al Simmons 165 [44]
1931 Lou Gehrig 184 New York Yankees Babe Ruth 163 [45]
1932 Jimmie Foxx 169 Philadelphia Athletics Lou Gehrig
Al Simmons
151 [46]
1933 Jimmie Foxx 163 Philadelphia Athletics Lou Gehrig 139 [47]
1934 Lou Gehrig 165 New York Yankees Hal Trosky 142 [48]
1935 Hank Greenberg 170 Detroit Tigers Lou Gehrig 119 [49]
1936 Hal Trosky 162 Cleveland Indians Lou Gehrig 152 [50]
1937 Hank Greenberg 183 Detroit Tigers Joe DiMaggio 167 [51]
1938 Jimmie Foxx 175 Boston Red Sox Hank Greenberg 146 [52]
1939 Ted Williams 145 Boston Red Sox Joe DiMaggio 126 [53]
1940 Hank Greenberg 150 Detroit Tigers Rudy York 134 [54]
1941 Joe DiMaggio 125 New York Yankees Jeff Heath 123 [55]
1942 Ted Williams 137 Boston Red Sox Joe DiMaggio 114 [56]
1943 Rudy York 118 Detroit Tigers Nick Etten 107 [57]
1944 Vern Stephens 109 St. Louis Browns Bob Johnson 106 [58]
1945 Nick Etten 111 New York Yankees Roy Cullenbine 93 [59]
1946 Hank Greenberg 127 Detroit Tigers Ted Williams 123 [60]
1947 Ted Williams 114 Boston Red Sox Tommy Henrich 98 [61]
1948 Joe DiMaggio 155 New York Yankees Vern Stephens 137 [62]
1949 Ted Williams
Vern Stephens
159 Boston Red Sox Vic Wertz 133 [63]
1950 Walt Dropo
Vern Stephens
144 Boston Red Sox Yogi Berra 124 [64]
1951 Gus Zernial 129 Chicago White Sox
Philadelphia Athletics
Ted Williams 126 [65]
1952 Al Rosen 105 Cleveland Indians Larry Doby
Eddie Robinson
104 [66]
1953 Al Rosen 145 Cleveland Indians Mickey Vernon 115 [67]
1954 Larry Doby 126 Cleveland Indians Yogi Berra 125 [68]
1955 Ray Boone
Jackie Jensen
116 Detroit Tigers
Boston Red Sox
Yogi Berra 108 [69]
1956 Mickey Mantle 130 New York Yankees Al Kaline 128 [70]
1957 Roy Sievers 114 Washington Senators Vic Wertz 105 [71]
1958 Jackie Jensen 122 Boston Red Sox Rocky Colavito 113 [72]
1959 Jackie Jensen 112 Boston Red Sox Rocky Colavito 111 [73]
1960 Roger Maris 112 New York Yankees Minnie Miñoso 105 [74]
1961 Jim Gentile
Roger Maris
141 Baltimore Orioles
New York Yankees
Rocky Colavito 140 [75][76]
1962 Harmon Killebrew 126 Minnesota Twins Norm Siebern 117 [77]
1963 Dick Stuart 118 Boston Red Sox Al Kaline 101 [78]
1964 Brooks Robinson 118 Baltimore Orioles Dick Stuart 114 [79]
1965 Rocky Colavito 108 Cleveland Indians Willie Horton 104 [80]
1966 Frank Robinson 122 Baltimore Orioles Harmon Killebrew 110 [81]
1967 Carl Yastrzemski 121 Boston Red Sox Harmon Killebrew 113 [82]
1968 Ken Harrelson 109 Boston Red Sox Frank Howard 106 [83]
1969 Harmon Killebrew 140 Minnesota Twins Boog Powell 121 [84]
1970 Frank Howard 126 Washington Senators Tony Conigliaro 116 [85]
1971 Harmon Killebrew 119 Minnesota Twins Frank Robinson 99 [86]
1972 Dick Allen 113 Chicago White Sox John Mayberry 100 [87]
1973 Reggie Jackson 117 Oakland Athletics George Scott 107 [88]
1974 Jeff Burroughs 118 Texas Rangers Sal Bando 103 [89]
1975 George Scott 109 Milwaukee Brewers John Mayberry 106 [90]
1976 Lee May 109 Baltimore Orioles Thurman Munson 105 [91]
1977 Larry Hisle 119 Minnesota Twins Bobby Bonds 115 [92]
1978 Jim Rice 139 Boston Red Sox Rusty Staub 121 [93]
1979 Don Baylor 139 California Angels Jim Rice 130 [94]
1980 Cecil Cooper 122 Milwaukee Brewers George Brett
Ben Oglivie
118 [95]
1981 Eddie Murray 78 Baltimore Orioles Tony Armas 76 [96]
1982 Hal McRae 133 Kansas City Royals Cecil Cooper 121 [97]
1983 Jim Rice
Cecil Cooper
126 Boston Red Sox
Milwaukee Brewers
Dave Winfield 116 [98]
1984 Tony Armas 123 Boston Red Sox Jim Rice 122 [99]
1985 Don Mattingly 145 New York Yankees Eddie Murray 124 [100]
1986 Joe Carter 121 Cleveland Indians José Canseco 117 [101]
1987 George Bell 134 Toronto Blue Jays Dwight Evans 123 [102]
1988 José Canseco 124 Oakland Athletics Kirby Puckett 121 [103]
1989 Rubén Sierra 119 Texas Rangers Don Mattingly 113 [104]
1990 Cecil Fielder 132 Detroit Tigers Kelly Gruber 118 [105]
1991 Cecil Fielder 133 Detroit Tigers José Canseco 122 [106]
1992 Cecil Fielder 124 Detroit Tigers Joe Carter 119 [107]
1993 Albert Belle 129 Cleveland Indians Frank Thomas 128 [108]
1994 Kirby Puckett 112 Minnesota Twins Joe Carter 103 [109]
1995 Albert Belle
Mo Vaughn
126 Cleveland Indians
Boston Red Sox
Jay Buhner 121 [110]
1996 Albert Belle 148 Cleveland Indians Juan González 144 [111]
1997 Ken Griffey, Jr. 147 Seattle Mariners Tino Martinez 141 [112]
1998 Juan González 157 Texas Rangers Albert Belle 152 [113]
1999 Manny Ramirez 165 Cleveland Indians Rafael Palmeiro 148 [114]
2000 Edgar Martínez 145 Seattle Mariners Mike Sweeney 144 [115]
2001 Bret Boone 141 Seattle Mariners Juan González 140 [116]
2002 Alex Rodriguez 142 Texas Rangers Magglio Ordóñez 135 [117]
2003 Carlos Delgado 145 Toronto Blue Jays Alex Rodriguez 118 [118]
2004 Miguel Tejada 150 Baltimore Orioles David Ortiz 139 [119]
2005 David Ortiz 148 Boston Red Sox Manny Ramirez
Mark Teixeira
144 [120]
2006 David Ortiz 137 Boston Red Sox Justin Morneau 130 [121]
2007 Alex Rodriguez 156 New York Yankees Magglio Ordóñez 139 [122]
2008 Josh Hamilton 130 Texas Rangers Justin Morneau 129 [123]
2009 Mark Teixeira 122 New York Yankees Jason Bay 119 [124]
2010 Miguel Cabrera 126 Detroit Tigers Alex Rodriguez 125 [125]
2011 Curtis Granderson 119 New York Yankees Robinson Canó 118 [126]
2012 Miguel Cabrera 139 Detroit Tigers Josh Hamilton 128 [127]
2013 Chris Davis 138 Baltimore Orioles Miguel Cabrera 137 [128]
2014 Mike Trout 111 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Miguel Cabrera 109 [129]
2015 Josh Donaldson 123 Toronto Blue Jays Chris Davis 117 [130]
2016 Edwin Encarnación
David Ortiz
127 Toronto Blue Jays
Boston Red Sox
Albert Pujols 119 [131]
2017 Nelson Cruz 119 Seattle Mariners Aaron Judge 114 [132]

National League[edit]

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Cap Anson led the National League in a record eight seasons including two streaks of three consecutive titles.
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Oyster Burns is the only National League RBI champion from 1880 to 1902 not elected to the Hall of Fame.
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Hank Aaron holds the most career RBI[14] and led the National League in four non-consecutive seasons.
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Matt Holliday won the RBI title in 2007, breaking a potential record-breaking streak of four consecutive championships for Ryan Howard.
Year Winner(s) RBI Team(s) Runner(s)-up 2nd RBI Ref
1876 Deacon White 60 Chicago White Stockings Paul Hines
Cap Anson
Ross Barnes
59 [133]
1877 Deacon White 49 Boston Red Caps John Peters 41 [134]
1878 Paul Hines 50 Providence Grays Lew Brown 43 [135]
1879 John O'Rourke
Charley Jones
62 Boston Red Caps Buttercup Dickerson 57 [136]
1880 Cap Anson 74 Chicago White Stockings King Kelly 60 [137]
1881 Cap Anson 82 Chicago White Stockings Charlie Bennett 64 [138]
1882 Cap Anson 83 Chicago White Stockings Dan Brouthers 63 [139]
1883 Dan Brouthers 97 Buffalo Bisons Jack Burdock 88 [140]
1884 Cap Anson 102 Chicago White Stockings Fred Pfeffer 101 [141]
1885 Cap Anson 108 Chicago White Stockings King Kelly 75 [142]
1886 Cap Anson 147 Chicago White Stockings Fred Pfeffer 95 [143]
1887 Sam Thompson 166 Detroit Wolverines Roger Connor 104 [144]
1888 Cap Anson 84 Chicago White Stockings Billy Nash 75 [145]
1889 Roger Connor 130 New York Giants Dan Brouthers 118 [146]
1890 Oyster Burns 128 Brooklyn Bridegrooms Cap Anson 107 [147]
1891 Cap Anson 120 Chicago Colts Harry Stovey 95 [148]
1892 Dan Brouthers 124 Brooklyn Grooms Sam Thompson 104 [149]
1893 Ed Delahanty 146 Philadelphia Phillies Ed McKean 133 [150]
1894 Sam Thompson 147 Philadelphia Phillies Hugh Duffy 145 [151]
1895 Sam Thompson 165 Philadelphia Phillies Joe Kelley 134 [152]
1896 Ed Delahanty 126 Philadelphia Phillies Hughie Jennings 121 [153]
1897 George Davis 135 New York Giants Jimmy Collins 132 [154]
1898 Nap Lajoie 127 Philadelphia Phillies Jimmy Collins 111 [155]
1899 Ed Delahanty 137 Philadelphia Phillies Buck Freeman 122 [156]
1900 Elmer Flick 110 Philadelphia Phillies Ed Delahanty 109 [157]
1901 Honus Wagner 126 Pittsburgh Pirates Ed Delahanty 108 [158]
1902 Honus Wagner 91 Pittsburgh Pirates Tommy Leach 85 [159]
1903 Sam Mertes 104 New York Giants Honus Wagner 101 [160]
1904 Bill Dahlen 80 New York Giants Sam Mertes
Harry Lumley
78 [161]
1905 Cy Seymour 121 Cincinnati Reds Sam Mertes 108 [162]
1906 Harry Steinfeldt
Jim Nealon
83 Chicago Cubs
Pittsburgh Pirates
Cy Seymour 80 [163]
1907 Sherry Magee 85 Philadelphia Phillies Ed Abbaticchio
Honus Wagner
82 [164]
1908 Honus Wagner 109 Pittsburgh Pirates Mike Donlin 106 [165]
1909 Honus Wagner 100 Pittsburgh Pirates Red Murray 91 [166]
1910 Sherry Magee 123 Philadelphia Phillies Mike Mitchell 88 [167]
1911 Chief Wilson
Frank Schulte
107 Pittsburgh Pirates
Chicago Cubs
Fred Luderus 99 [168]
1912 Honus Wagner 102 Pittsburgh Pirates Bill Sweeney 100 [169]
1913 Gavvy Cravath 128 Philadelphia Phillies Heinie Zimmerman 95 [170]
1914 Sherry Magee 103 Philadelphia Phillies Gavvy Cravath 100 [171]
1915 Gavvy Cravath 115 Philadelphia Phillies Sherry Magee 87 [172]
1916 Heinie Zimmerman 83 Chicago Cubs
New York Giants
Hal Chase 82 [173]
1917 Heinie Zimmerman 102 New York Giants Hal Chase 86 [174]
1918 Sherry Magee 76 Cincinnati Reds George Cutshaw 68 [175]
1919 Hy Myers 73 Brooklyn Robins Edd Roush
Rogers Hornsby
71 [176]
1920 Rogers Hornsby
George Kelly
94 St. Louis Cardinals
New York Giants
Edd Roush 90 [177]
1921 Rogers Hornsby 126 St. Louis Cardinals George Kelly 122 [178]
1922 Rogers Hornsby 152 St. Louis Cardinals Irish Meusel 132 [179]
1923 Irish Meusel 125 New York Giants Cy Williams 114 [180]
1924 George Kelly 136 New York Giants Jack Fournier 116 [181]
1925 Rogers Hornsby 143 St. Louis Cardinals Jack Fournier 130 [182]
1926 Jim Bottomley 120 St. Louis Cardinals Hack Wilson 109 [183]
1927 Paul Waner 131 Pittsburgh Pirates Hack Wilson 129 [184]
1928 Jim Bottomley 136 St. Louis Cardinals Pie Traynor 124 [185]
1929 Hack Wilson 159 Chicago Cubs Mel Ott 151 [186]
1930 Hack Wilson 191 Chicago Cubs Chuck Klein 170 [187]
1931 Chuck Klein 121 Philadelphia Phillies Mel Ott 115 [188]
1932 Don Hurst 143 Philadelphia Phillies Chuck Klein 137 [189]
1933 Chuck Klein 120 Philadelphia Phillies Wally Berger 106 [190]
1934 Mel Ott 135 New York Giants Ripper Collins 128 [191]
1935 Wally Berger 130 Boston Braves Joe Medwick 126 [192]
1936 Joe Medwick 138 St. Louis Cardinals Mel Ott 135 [193]
1937 Joe Medwick 154 St. Louis Cardinals Frank Demaree 115 [194]
1938 Joe Medwick 122 St. Louis Cardinals Mel Ott 116 [195]
1939 Frank McCormick 128 Cincinnati Reds Joe Medwick 117 [196]
1940 Johnny Mize 137 St. Louis Cardinals Frank McCormick 127 [197]
1941 Dolph Camilli 120 Brooklyn Dodgers Babe Young 104 [198]
1942 Johnny Mize 110 New York Giants Dolph Camilli 109 [199]
1943 Bill Nicholson 128 Chicago Cubs Bob Elliott 101 [200]
1944 Bill Nicholson 122 Chicago Cubs Bob Elliott 108 [201]
1945 Dixie Walker 124 Brooklyn Dodgers Tommy Holmes 117 [202]
1946 Enos Slaughter 130 St. Louis Cardinals Dixie Walker 116 [203]
1947 Johnny Mize 138 New York Giants Ralph Kiner 127 [204]
1948 Stan Musial 131 St. Louis Cardinals Johnny Mize 125 [205]
1949 Ralph Kiner 127 Pittsburgh Pirates Jackie Robinson 124 [206]
1950 Del Ennis 126 Philadelphia Phillies Ralph Kiner 118 [207]
1951 Monte Irvin 121 New York Giants Ralph Kiner
Sid Gordon
109 [208]
1952 Hank Sauer 121 Chicago Cubs Bobby Thomson 108 [209]
1953 Roy Campanella 142 Brooklyn Dodgers Eddie Mathews 135 [210]
1954 Ted Kluszewski 141 Cincinnati Reds Duke Snider 130 [211]
1955 Duke Snider 136 Brooklyn Dodgers Willie Mays 127 [212]
1956 Stan Musial 109 St. Louis Cardinals Joe Adcock 103 [213]
1957 Hank Aaron 132 Milwaukee Braves Del Ennis 105 [214]
1958 Ernie Banks 129 Chicago Cubs Frank Thomas 109 [215]
1959 Ernie Banks 143 Chicago Cubs Frank Robinson 125 [216]
1960 Hank Aaron 126 Milwaukee Braves Eddie Mathews 124 [217]
1961 Orlando Cepeda 142 San Francisco Giants Frank Robinson 124 [218]
1962 Tommy Davis 153 Los Angeles Dodgers Willie Mays 141 [219]
1963 Hank Aaron 130 Milwaukee Braves Ken Boyer 111 [220]
1964 Ken Boyer 119 St. Louis Cardinals Ron Santo 114 [221]
1965 Deron Johnson 130 Cincinnati Reds Frank Robinson 113 [222]
1966 Hank Aaron 127 Atlanta Braves Roberto Clemente 119 [223]
1967 Orlando Cepeda 111 St. Louis Cardinals Roberto Clemente 110 [224]
1968 Willie McCovey 105 San Francisco Giants Ron Santo
Billy Williams
98 [225]
1969 Willie McCovey 126 San Francisco Giants Ron Santo 123 [226]
1970 Johnny Bench 148 Cincinnati Reds Tony Perez
Billy Williams
129 [227]
1971 Joe Torre 137 St. Louis Cardinals Willie Stargell 125 [228]
1972 Johnny Bench 125 Cincinnati Reds Billy Williams 122 [229]
1973 Willie Stargell 119 Pittsburgh Pirates Lee May 105 [230]
1974 Johnny Bench 129 Cincinnati Reds Mike Schmidt 116 [231]
1975 Greg Luzinski 120 Philadelphia Phillies Johnny Bench 110 [232]
1976 George Foster 121 Cincinnati Reds Joe Morgan 111 [233]
1977 George Foster 149 Cincinnati Reds Greg Luzinski 130 [234]
1978 George Foster 120 Cincinnati Reds Dave Parker 117 [235]
1979 Dave Winfield 118 San Diego Padres Dave Kingman 115 [236]
1980 Mike Schmidt 121 Philadelphia Phillies George Hendrick 109 [237]
1981 Mike Schmidt 91 Philadelphia Phillies George Foster 90 [238]
1982 Dale Murphy
Al Oliver
109 Atlanta Braves
Montreal Expos
Bill Buckner 105 [239]
1983 Dale Murphy 121 Atlanta Braves Andre Dawson 113 [240]
1984 Mike Schmidt
Gary Carter
106 Philadelphia Phillies
Montreal Expos
Dale Murphy 100 [241]
1985 Dave Parker 125 Cincinnati Reds Dale Murphy 111 [242]
1986 Mike Schmidt 119 Philadelphia Phillies Dave Parker 116 [243]
1987 Andre Dawson 137 Chicago Cubs Tim Wallach 123 [244]
1988 Will Clark 109 San Francisco Giants Darryl Strawberry 101 [245]
1989 Kevin Mitchell 125 San Francisco Giants Pedro Guerrero 117 [246]
1990 Matt Williams 122 San Francisco Giants Bobby Bonilla 120 [247]
1991 Howard Johnson 117 New York Mets Will Clark 116 [248]
1992 Darren Daulton 109 Philadelphia Phillies Terry Pendleton 105 [249]
1993 Barry Bonds 123 San Francisco Giants David Justice 120 [250]
1994 Jeff Bagwell 116 Houston Astros Matt Williams 96 [251]
1995 Dante Bichette 128 Colorado Rockies Sammy Sosa 119 [252]
1996 Andrés Galarraga 150 Colorado Rockies Dante Bichette 141 [253]
1997 Andrés Galarraga 140 Colorado Rockies Jeff Bagwell 135 [254]
1998 Sammy Sosa 158 Chicago Cubs Mark McGwire 147 [255]
1999 Mark McGwire 147 St. Louis Cardinals Matt Williams 142 [256]
2000 Todd Helton 147 Colorado Rockies Sammy Sosa 138 [257]
2001 Sammy Sosa 160 Chicago Cubs Todd Helton 146 [258]
2002 Lance Berkman 128 Houston Astros Albert Pujols 127 [259]
2003 Preston Wilson 141 Colorado Rockies Gary Sheffield 132 [260]
2004 Vinny Castilla 131 Colorado Rockies Scott Rolen 124 [261]
2005 Andruw Jones 128 Atlanta Braves Albert Pujols 117 [262]
2006 Ryan Howard 149 Philadelphia Phillies Albert Pujols 137 [263]
2007 Matt Holliday 137 Colorado Rockies Ryan Howard 136 [264]
2008 Ryan Howard 146 Philadelphia Phillies David Wright 124 [265]
2009 Prince Fielder
Ryan Howard
141 Milwaukee Brewers
Philadelphia Phillies
Albert Pujols 135 [266]
2010 Albert Pujols 118 St. Louis Cardinals Carlos Gonzalez 117 [267]
2011 Matt Kemp 126 Los Angeles Dodgers Prince Fielder 120 [268]
2012 Chase Headley 115 San Diego Padres Ryan Braun 112 [269]
2013 Paul Goldschmidt 125 Arizona Diamondbacks Freddie Freeman
Jay Bruce
109 [270]
2014 Adrian Gonzalez 116 Los Angeles Dodgers Giancarlo Stanton 105 [271]
2015 Nolan Arenado 130 Colorado Rockies Paul Goldschmidt 110 [272]
2016 Nolan Arenado 133 Colorado Rockies Anthony Rizzo 109 [273]
2017 Giancarlo Stanton 132 Miami Marlins Nolan Arenado 130 [274]

Other major leagues[edit]

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Hugh Duffy tied for the 1891 American Association RBI title and lost the 1894 National League title by two RBI.
Year Winner(s) RBI Team(s) League Runner(s)-up 2nd RBI Ref
1882 Hick Carpenter 67 Cincinnati Red Stockings American Association Pop Snyder 50 [275]
1883 Charley Jones 80 Cincinnati Red Stockings American Association John Reilly 79 [276]
1884 Dave Orr 112 New York Metropolitans American Association John Reilly 91 [277]
1885 Frank Fennelly 89 Cincinnati Red Stockings American Association Henry Larkin 88 [278]
1886 Tip O'Neill 107 St. Louis Browns American Association Pop Corkhill 97 [279]
1887 Tip O'Neill 123 St. Louis Browns American Association Pete Browning 118 [280]
1888 John Reilly 103 Cincinnati Red Stockings American Association Henry Larkin 101 [281]
1889 Harry Stovey 119 Philadelphia Athletics American Association Dave Foutz 113 [282]
1890 Spud Johnson 113 Columbus Solons American Association Chicken Wolf 98 [283]
1890 Hardy Richardson 146 Brooklyn Ward's Wonders Players' League Dave Orr 124 [284]
1891 Duke Farrell
Hugh Duffy
110 Boston Reds American Association Dan Brouthers 109 [285]
1914 Frank LaPorte 107 Indianapolis Hoosiers Federal League Steve Evans 96 [286]
1915 Dutch Zwilling 94 Pittsburgh Rebels Federal League Ed Konetchy 93 [287]

Footnotes[edit]

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