Baseball’s ‘Frequent Home Run Club’: 25 Top Clubbers (AB Per HR)

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In the Big Leagues, the fewer at-bats players have between home runs, the more dangerous you are as a home run hitter. It’s an intense stat, quite different from the career home run stat. It’s about who really makes a pitcher sweat. Here, then, are baseball’s 25 all-time most intensely dangerous sluggers, by the numbers.

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25. Chris Davis

15.67
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24. Ken Griffey, Jr.

15.56
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23. Carlos DelGado

15.40
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22. Ron Kittle

15.39
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21. Albert Belle

15.36
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20. Jose Canseco

15.27
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19. Mike Schmidt

15.24
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18. Jimmie Foxx

15.23
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17. Albert Pujols

15.17
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16. Mickey Mantle

15.12
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15. Russell Branyan

15.12
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14. Dave Kingman

15.11
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13. Juan Gonzalez

15.11
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12. Alex Rodriguez

15.05
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11. Ryan Howard

15.03
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10. Adam Dunn

14.90
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9. Manny Ramirez

14.85
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8. Ted Williams

14.79
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7. Sammy Sosa

14.47
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6. Harmon Killebrew

14:22
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5. Ralph Kiner

14.11
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4. Jim Thome

13.76
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3. Barry Bonds

12.92
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2. Babe Ruth

11.72
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1. Mark McGwire

10.61.
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