MLB Milestones April 2016

By: Kelly Byrnes

As a new season starts players begin to hit milestones and climb up the record books. Baseball is a team game but individual numbers and records are a part of the games history. Here’s to hoping some of our favorite players continue to do their thing and make history.


Coco Crisp, A’s, 300 stolen bases

John Jaso, Pirates, 100 doubles

Still only 23 years old

Still only 23 years old

Bryce Harper, Nationals, 100 doubles & 100 HR’s

Jimmy Rollins, White Sox, 1,400 runs

Starlin Castro, Yankees, 1,000 hits

Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Tigers, 100 HR’s

Kendry Morales, Royals, 500 RBI’s

Angel Pagan, Giants, 200 doubles

Jacoby Ellsbury, Yankees, 200 doubles

Jayson Werth, Nationals, 200 HR’s

Carlos Gonzalez, Rockies, 1,000 hits

Victor Martinez, Tigers, 1,000 runs

Matt Holliday, Cardinals, 1,100 RBI’s

Dustin Pedroia, Red Sox, 1,500 hits

Neil Walker, Mets, 100 HR’s

Kyle Seager, Mariners, 100 HR’s

Albert Pujols, Angels, 564 HR’s, 13th all-time passing Reggie Jackson

Robinson Cano, Mariners, 1,000 RBI’s

A.J. Pierzynski, Braves, 2,000 hits

David Ortiz, Red Sox, 593 doubles, 16th all-time passing Todd Helton

Ichiro Suzuki, Marlins, 500 stolen bases

Prince Fielder, Rangers, 1,000 RBI’s

Seth Smith, Mariners, 100 HR’s


Jonathan Papelbon, Nationals, 350 saves

Jared Weaver, Angels, 1,500 K’s

Kenley Jansen, Dodgers, 150 saves

Trevor Rosenthal, Cardinals, 100 saves

Steve Cishek, Mariners, 100 saves

Santiago Casilla, Giants, 100 saves

1,265 of those K's came when he was a Indian.

1,265 of those K’s came when he was a Indian.

Johnny Cueto, Giants, 100 wins

C.C. Sabathia, Yankees, 2,584 K’s, 25th all-time passing Warren Spahn