All Time Greatest Home Run HittersSteroid suspicion or not, they gave us some memorable moments.
No steroids and he pitched for a few seasons not as many at bats.
Really great baseball player. He was always my idol in baseball.
Hank Aaron played way longer he had way more at bats and only had 41 more homeruns
He was on track for HOF as a pitcher.
Hank Aaron still has the all time home run leader in my book. Using steroids is a way of cheating the game of baseball. And cheating like in everything else gets you disqualified
Awesome, Would of had the most home runs if Barry Bonds would have not took the steroids
He was a good guy and showed it on the ballfieild
The all-time home run leader, minus steriods.
Never pick up the steroids, and you'd get Hall of Fame votes.
Drop the steroids, and you still got Hall of Fame stats.
Most career home runs
Willie Mays would have had more homers if he hadn't served in the army for two of his prime years, and if he hadn't played his home games in unusually spacious ballparks.
Only player from the steroid era who didn't cheat. Also with all his injuries, he likely could have had the most home runs all time if he was more healthy. Very underrated and unappreciated due to the cheaters like Bonds, Rodriguez, and McGuire.
Ken had the sweetest swing in baseball.
Best swing ever! So natural
Pretty good at cheating. Only got caught and suspended 3 times.
Pretty good shortstop but took steroids
No steroids. Played with injuries. Class, just like Maris
He didn't just hit homers...he hit CLUTCH homers. By the way, y is JIM THOME on this list! Sosa and McGwire aren't even in the top ten
He intimated his opponents by swinging an iron rod on the on deck circle he found at the wreckage of Old Comiskey Park
Most home runs per at bat = best home run hitter of all time. Period.
Steroids or not the man could hit it to the moon
Big Mac hit Em farther than anyone
Number 1 HR hitter
One of the greats
He hit the second longest homerun EVER.580 feet
The Splendid Splinter and all of his greatest moments is mention here in this 1966 Hall of Fame Plaque: Batted .406 in 1941. Led A.L. in batting 6 times; Slugging percentage 9 times; Total bases 6 times; Runs scored 6 times; Bases on Balls 8 times; Total hits 2,654 Included 521 home runs; Lifetime batting average .344; Lifetime Slugging Average .654 Most Valuable A.L. Player 1946 & 1949. Played in 18 ALL-Star Games; Named Player of the Decade 1951-1960.
He was known as the black babe Ruth, and rightfully so. He was said as hitting 74 home runs in one season. He was a pure power hitter
He should be at least in the top 10-12 because he nearly smacked 800 homeruns
Totally. If he does't get injured, he has a good chance at 600
Best power hitter of all time. most potential out of every man on this list.
One of baseball's greatest sluggers ever, here's his 1995 Hall of Fame Plaque: Unprecendented combination of power and defense with unusual mixture of strength, coordination and speed made him one of the game's greatest third basemen. 7th on ALL-Time list with 548 homers. His 8 home run titles (1 tie) bettered only by Babe Ruth. Belted 40 or more on 3 occasions and topped 30 ten other times. 48 home runs in 1980 most ever by third baseman. Hit 4 in one game in 1976. 3-time MVP with 10 Gold Gloves for fielding excellence.