List of Major League Baseball Career Stolen Bases Leaders - Lifestyle UG List of Major League Baseball Career Stolen Bases Leaders - Lifestyle UG

List of Major League Baseball Career Stolen Bases Leaders

In baseball, a baserunner gets credit for stealing a base when he moves to the next base while the pitcher throws the ball to home plate.

During the dead-ball era of baseball, when teams relied more on stolen bases and "hit and run" plays than on home runs, there were more stolen bases.

Rickey Nelson Henley Henderson is an American retired professional baseball left fielder who played his 24 seasons in Major League Baseball. Total career stolen bases: 1406 Rank: 1

Rickey Henderson

Lou Brock

Louis Clark Brock (June 18, 1939 – September 6, 2020) was an American professional baseball outfielder. Total career stolen bases: 938 Rank: 2

Billy Hamilton

William Robert Hamilton was an American professional baseball player in Major League Baseball. Total career stolen bases: 914 Rank: 3

Ty Cobb

Tyrus Raymond Cobb was an American Major League Baseball (MLB) centre fielder. Total career stolen bases: 897 Rank: 4

Tim Raines

Timothy Raines Sr. goes by the nickname "Rock," is an American coach and former player for the major leagues. Total career stolen bases: 808 Rank: 5

Vince Coleman

Vincent Maurice Coleman is an American baseball player who used to play for the St. Louis Cardinals in Major League Baseball (MLB). Total career stolen bases: 752 Rank: 6

Arlie Latham

Walter Arlington Latham played third base in Major League Baseball for the United States.. Total career stolen bases: 742 Rank: 7

Eddie Collins

Edward Trowbridge Collins Sr., who went by the nickname "Cocky," was an American professional baseball player, manager, and executive. Total career stolen bases: 741 Rank: 8

Max Carey

Max George Carey, whose real name was Maximillian George Carnarius, was an American baseball centre fielder and manager. Total career stolen bases: 738 Rank: 9

Honus Wagner

Johannes Peter "Honus" Wagner, also called "Hans" Wagner, played 21 seasons in MLB. Total career stolen bases: 723 Rank: 10