Vince Coleman of the St. Louis Cardinals with 109 stolen bases in 1987.
Coleman is the only player in MLB history to steal 100+ bases in three consecutive seasons (110 in 1985, 107 in 1986, 109 in 1987).
It is all the bases the player has got throughout the season
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.
The MLB record for stolen bases in a game is 7 by George Gore of the Chicago White Stockings in 1881 and Billy Hamilton of the Philadelphia Phillies in 1894.
Pete Rose holds the record with 10 consecutive seasons with 200 hits or more. Ichiro a Japanese born major league baseball player has 9 consecutive seasons with 200 hits or more and this year (2010) will be his 10th consecutive season. Although it is not guaranteed that he will have 200 hits he is on pace to achieve that mark. Ichiro played 9 seasons in japan and if you were to combine hits from both countries he would be at the top of the all-time list. Ichiro who seems to be ageless stole 56 bases in his first season in the majors furthermore he also won Rookie of the Year, Most Valuable Player, A gold glove, and the silver slugger award all in his first season. Ichiro is a dynamic player who excels in the field with his glove and arm. He also hits for a high average and was great at stealing bases which has slowed down since he has come to the major leagues. It appears that Ichiro will be the first Japanese born player inducted into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. This answer is not right. Pete Rose has the most two hundred hit seasons at 10. Ichiro has the most consecutive at 9 seasons. Will most likely tie the most seasons with Two hundred hits in 2010, which would also be His 10th consecutive season with Two hundred hits.
There are 4 bases in Major League Baseball.
There are 90 feet between each base in Major League baseball.
High School, College, and Major League bases are 90ft apartLittle League bases are 60ft apart
In Major League Baseball, 90 feet. In Little League, 60 feet.
MLB (Major League Baseball) bases are 90 feet apart.
what major league player stole more than 100 bases for three consecutive seasons
On a major league baseball field it is 90 feet in between bases.
In Major League Baseball, College baseball and High School baseball, the distance between the bases is 90 feet.
Vince Coleman of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Rickey Henderson, with 1,406, shattering the old record of 938 set by Lou Brock