1950--Al Rosen led with 371953--Al Rosen led with 43
Mark McGwire led the American League with the 1987 Oakland Athletics and the National League with the 1998 and 1999 St. Louis Cardinals.
Only one -- Barry Bonds. Willie Mays COULD have achieved the feat -- he led the league in steals four straight years -- but stealing bases was not a major offensive weapon during his years in baseball.
Yes, he led the NL with a .370 BA.
Sparky Lyle had a total of 190 saves from 1970 to 1979 in the American league.
In 2009, Brian Fuentes of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim led the American League with 48 saves.
"Dauntless" Dave Danforth of the Chicago White Sox led the American League with 9 saves in 1917. He also led the league in games that year with 50 and games finished with 26. Saves weren't official baseball statistics until the 1970-'s or so. Otherwise, nobody led in saves in the 1910s. Danforth is the correct answer.
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In 2009 Joe Mauer led the American League in batting with a .365 average
In 2009, Heath Bell of the San Diego Padres led the National League with 42 saves.
Jacoby Ellsbury led the American League in stolen bases in 2009 with 70.
In 2007 Alex Rodriguez led the American League in home runs with 54
0. Through 2010, Bell has led the National League in saves once ... that being in 2009 with 42. Brian Fuentes of the Angels led MLB in saves that season with 48.
in 1939 Joe DiMaggio led the American league in batting with a .381 average.
In 2009 Prince Fielder led the National Legue in RBIs with 141, and Mark Teixeira led the American League with 122.