List of Major League Baseball career runs scored leaders

Listed are all Major League Baseball (MLB) players with 1,000 or more career runs scored. Players in bold face are active as of the 2018 Major League Baseball season.

List

Stats updated as of June 20, 2019.

Rank Player (2019 Rs) R
1 Rickey Henderson 2,295
2 Ty Cobb 2,243
3 Barry Bonds 2,227
4 Hank Aaron 2,174
5 Babe Ruth 2,174
6 Pete Rose 2,165
7 Willie Mays 2,062
8 Alex Rodriguez 2,021
9 Cap Anson 1,999
10 Stan Musial 1,949
11 Derek Jeter 1,923
12 Lou Gehrig 1,888
13 Tris Speaker 1,882
14 Mel Ott 1,859
15 Craig Biggio 1,844
16 Frank Robinson 1,829
17 Eddie Collins 1,821
18 Carl Yastrzemski 1,816
19 Albert Pujols (26) 1,799
20 Ted Williams 1,798
21 Paul Molitor 1,782
22 Charlie Gehringer 1,775
23 Jimmie Foxx 1,751
24 Honus Wagner 1,739
25 Jim O'Rourke 1,729
26 Jesse Burkett 1,720
27 Willie Keeler 1,719
28 Billy Hamilton 1,697
29 Bid McPhee 1,684
30 Mickey Mantle 1,676
31 Dave Winfield 1,669
32 Johnny Damon 1,668
33 Rafael Palmeiro 1,663
34 Ken Griffey, Jr. 1,662
35 Joe Morgan 1,650
36 Cal Ripken, Jr. 1,647
37 Jimmy Ryan 1,643
38 George Van Haltren 1,642
39 Gary Sheffield 1,636
40 Robin Yount 1,632
41 Eddie Murray 1,627
Paul Waner 1,627
43 Al Kaline 1,622
Fred Clarke 1,622
45 Roger Connor 1,620
46 Chipper Jones 1,619
47 Lou Brock 1,610
48 Jake Beckley 1,603
49 Ed Delahanty 1,600
50 Bill Dahlen 1,590
51 George Brett 1,583
Jim Thome 1,583
53 Carlos Beltrán 1,582
54 Rogers Hornsby 1,579
55 Tim Raines 1,571
56 Hugh Duffy 1,554
57 Reggie Jackson 1,551
58 Max Carey 1,545
George Davis 1,545
60 Manny Ramírez 1,544
61 Frankie Frisch 1,532
62 Dan Brouthers 1,529
63 Kenny Lofton 1,528
64 Adrián Beltré 1,524
Tom Brown 1,524
66 Jeff Bagwell 1,517
67 Sam Rice 1,514
68 Wade Boggs 1,513
69 Eddie Mathews 1,509
70 Roberto Alomar 1,508
71 Al Simmons 1,507
72 Mike Schmidt 1,506
73 Nap Lajoie 1,504
74 Harry Stovey 1,495
75 Frank Thomas 1,494
76 Goose Goslin 1,482
77 Arlie Latham 1,481
78 Sammy Sosa 1,475
79 Dwight Evans 1,470
80 Herman Long 1,456
81 Bobby Abreu 1,453
82 Omar Vizquel 1,445
83 Steve Finley 1,443
Rank Player (2019 Rs) R
84 Harry Hooper 1,429
Dummy Hoy 1,429
86 Rod Carew 1,424
87 Joe Kelley 1,421
Jimmy Rollins 1,421
89 Ichiro Suzuki 1,420
90 David Ortiz 1,419
91 Roberto Clemente 1,416
92 Luis González 1,412
93 Billy Williams 1,410
John Montgomery Ward 1,410
95 Mike Griffin 1,406
96 Miguel Cabrera (17) 1,405
97 Todd Helton 1,401
98 Sam Crawford 1,391
99 Joe DiMaggio 1,390
100 Lou Whitaker 1,386
101 Tony Gwynn 1,383
102 Andre Dawson 1,373
103 Bernie Williams 1,366
104 Vada Pinson 1,365
105 Brett Butler 1,359
106 King Kelly 1,357
Doc Cramer 1,357
108 Larry Walker 1,355
Tommy Leach 1,355
110 Iván Rodríguez 1,354
111 Fred McGriff 1,349
112 Darrell Evans 1,344
113 Pee Wee Reese 1,338
Lave Cross 1,338
115 Luis Aparicio 1,335
116 Barry Larkin 1,329
117 Vladimir Guerrero 1,328
118 George Gore 1,327
119 Richie Ashburn 1,322
120 Patsy Donovan 1,321
121 Jeff Kent 1,320
122 Luke Appling 1,319
123 Ryne Sandberg 1,318
124 Mike Tiernan 1,316
125 Ernie Banks 1,305
Kiki Cuyler 1,305
127 Tony Phillips 1,300
128 Harold Baines 1,299
129 Jimmy Sheckard 1,296
Torii Hunter 1,296
131 Harry Heilmann 1,291
132 Zack Wheat 1,289
133 Heinie Manush 1,288
134 Julio Franco 1,285
135 George Sisler 1,284
136 Harmon Killebrew 1,283
137 Donie Bush 1,281
138 Nellie Fox 1,279
139 Fred Tenney 1,278
140 Carlton Fisk 1,276
141 Dave Parker 1,272
Tony Pérez 1,272
143 Sam Thompson 1,261
144 Duke Snider 1,259
145 Bobby Bonds 1,258
146 Ozzie Smith 1,257
147 Rabbit Maranville 1,256
148 Ellis Burks 1,253
149 Jim Edmonds 1,251
150 Ray Durham 1,249
Jim Rice 1,249
152 Enos Slaughter 1,247
153 Carlos Delgado 1,241
154 Chili Davis 1,240
155 Stan Hack 1,239
Bob Johnson 1,239
Willie Randolph 1,239
158 Ian Kinsler (23) 1,238
159 Don Baylor 1,236
Joe Kuhel 1,236
161 Joe Cronin 1,233
162 Brooks Robinson 1,232
163 Alan Trammell 1,231
164 Miguel Tejada 1,230
165 Willie McCovey 1,229
166 Jason Giambi 1,227
Ed McKean 1,227
Rank Player (2019 Rs) R
168 Earl Averill 1,224
169 Red Schoendienst 1,223
170 Edgar Martínez 1,219
171 Willie Davis 1,217
Paul Hines 1,217
173 Eddie Yost 1,215
174 Cupid Childs 1,214
175 Scott Rolen 1,211
176 Robinson Canó (18) 1,206
177 Andruw Jones 1,204
178 Lloyd Waner 1,201
179 Édgar Rentería 1,200
180 Curtis Granderson (26) 1,199
181 Joe Medwick 1,198
182 Dale Murphy 1,197
183 Mickey Vernon 1,196
184 Andrés Galarraga 1,195
185 Willie Stargell 1,194
186 Graig Nettles 1,193
187 Al Oliver 1,189
Rusty Staub 1,189
Tommy Corcoran 1,189
190 George Burns 1,188
Brian Downing 1,188
192 Marquis Grissom 1,187
193 José Canseco 1,186
Will Clark 1,186
Earle Combs 1,186
196 Joe Judge 1,184
197 Pie Traynor 1,183
198 Bert Campaneris 1,181
199 Fielder Jones 1,180
José Reyes (0) 1,180
201 Mark Grace 1,179
202 Jim Bottomley 1,177
203 Yogi Berra 1,175
204 Buddy Myer 1,174
205 Arky Vaughan 1,173
206 Joe Carter 1,170
207 Willie Wilson 1,169
208 Chuck Klein 1,168
209 Mark McGwire 1,167
210 Jack Glasscock 1,164
211 Jim Gilliam 1,163
Billy Herman 1,163
213 Paul Konerko 1,162
214 Matt Holliday 1,157
215 Alfonso Soriano 1,152
Lu Blue 1,151
217 Buddy Bell 1,151
218 Lance Berkman 1,146
219 Ben Chapman 1,144
220 Steve Garvey 1,143
221 Joe Sewell 1,141
222 Deacon White 1,140
223 John Olerud 1,139
224 Ron Santo 1,138
225 Michael Young 1,137
226 Minnie Miñoso 1,136
227 Bobby Lowe 1,135
228 Chuck Knoblauch 1,132
229 Orlando Cepeda 1,131
230 Dick Bartell 1,130
Gary Gaetti 1,130
232 Buck Ewing 1,129
Shawn Green 1,129
Ken Griffey, Sr. 1,129
235 Hardy Richardson 1,127
236 Carlos Lee 1,125
Devon White 1,125
238 Keith Hernandez 1,124
Wally Moses 1,124
240 Jay Bell 1,123
Reggie Smith 1,123
242 Brian Giles 1,121
243 Bill Terry 1,120
244 Jack Clark 1,118
Johnny Mize 1,118
246 Jake Daubert 1,117
247 Toby Harrah 1,115
248 Sherry Magee 1,112
249 Moisés Alou 1,109
250 Jimmy Dykes 1,108
251 Jimmy Wynn 1,105
Rank Player (2019 Rs) R
Gil Hodges 1,105
253 Ken Boyer 1,104
254 Chase Utley 1,103
255 Dick Allen 1,099
Edd Roush 1,099
Mark Teixeira 1,099
258 Aramis Ramírez 1,098
259 Adam Dunn 1,097
260 Fred Pfeffer 1,096
261 Bobby Doerr 1,094
262 Amos Otis 1,092
263 Johnny Bench 1,091
Nick Markakis (48) 1,091
265 Bobby Bonilla 1,084
César Cedeño 1,084
Rubén Sierra 1,084
Tommy Tucker 1,084
Garret Anderson 1,084
270 Gary Matthews 1,083
271 Derrek Lee 1,081
272 Ron Gant 1,080
Billy Nash 1,080
274 Bill Buckner 1,077
275 Magglio Ordóñez 1,076
276 Juan Pierre 1,075
277 Ted Simmons 1,074
278 Kirby Puckett 1,071
279 Harlond Clift 1,070
280 Maury Wills 1,067
281 Tommy McCarthy 1,066
Kip Selbach 1,066
283 Alvin Dark 1,064
Bob Elliott 1,064
Mike Cameron 1,064
286 Rafael Furcal 1,063
Fred Lynn 1,063
288 Brady Anderson 1,062
Charlie Jamieson 1,062
B. J. Surhoff 1,062
291 Juan González 1,061
292 Tony Fernández 1,057
Bobby Wallace 1,057
294 Jimmy Collins 1,055
Raúl Ibañez 1,055
296 Edwin Encarnacion (50) 1,049
Hanley Ramírez (4) 1,049
298 Dave Bancroft 1,048
Mike Piazza 1,048
300 Dom DiMaggio 1,046
Hank Greenberg 1,046
302 Norm Cash 1,045
303 Mickey Cochrane 1,041
Paul O'Neill 1,041
305 Dixie Walker 1,038
306 Reggie Sanders 1,037
307 José Cruz 1,036
308 Bobby Grich 1,033
309 Jason Kendall 1,030
310 Ryan Braun (30) 1,026
311 Gary Carter 1,025
Tom Daly 1,025
313 John McGraw 1,024
Cy Williams 1,024
315 Davey Lopes 1,023
316 Kid Gleason 1,022
José Bautista 1,022
318 Joe Mauer 1,018
319 Greg Vaughn 1,017
320 Cecil Cooper 1,012
321 Roy Thomas 1,011
322 Willie McGee 1,010
323 Plácido Polanco 1,009
Tino Martínez 1,009
325 Marty McManus 1,008
326 Don Mattingly 1,007
Carney Lansford 1,007
328 Robin Ventura 1,006
Roger Peckinpaugh 1,006
Frankie Crosetti 1,006
331 Tony Taylor 1,005
Brandon Phillips (0) 1,005
333 Clyde Milan 1,004
Augie Galan 1,004
335 Harry Davis 1,001
Vern Stephens 1,001
Luis Castillo 1,001

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Amos Otis

Amos Joseph Otis (born April 26, 1947) is a former center fielder in Major League Baseball who played for the New York Mets (1967, 1969), Kansas City Royals (1970–1983) and Pittsburgh Pirates (1984). He batted and threw right-handed.

Bid McPhee

John Alexander "Bid" McPhee (November 1, 1859 – January 3, 1943) was an American 19th-century Major League Baseball second baseman. He played 18 seasons in the majors, from 1882 until 1899, all for the Cincinnati Reds franchise. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2000. Known more for his fielding than his hitting, McPhee was the last second baseman to play without a glove.

Billy Nash

William Mitchell Nash (June 24, 1865 – November 15, 1929) was a Major League Baseball third baseman. He played 15 seasons in the majors, from 1884 to 1898. He served as player-manager of the Philadelphia Phillies in 1896, and in 1901 he umpired 101 games in the National League.

Bobby Wallace (baseball)

Roderick John "Bobby" Wallace (November 4, 1873 – November 3, 1960) was a Major League Baseball infielder, pitcher, manager, umpire, and scout.

Buddy Myer

Charles Solomon "Buddy" Myer (March 16, 1904 – October 31, 1974) was an American second baseman in Major League Baseball from 1925 to 1941.

An excellent hitter, he batted .300 or better nine times, and retired with a career average of .303. Myer walked more than twice as many times as he struck out. Apart from a brief period with the Boston Red Sox in 1927–28, he spent his entire career with the Washington Senators.

Charlie Jamieson

Charles Devine "Cuckoo" Jamieson (February 7, 1893 – October 27, 1969) was an American baseball player, an outfielder for the Washington Senators (1915–17), Philadelphia Athletics (1917–18) and Cleveland Indians (1919–32).

Clyde Milan

Jesse Clyde Milan (March 25, 1887 – March 3, 1953) was an American baseball player who spent his entire career as an outfielder with the Washington Senators (1907–1922). He was not a powerful batter, but was adept at getting on base and was fleet of foot, receiving the nickname "Deerfoot" for his speed. He set a modern-rules record for stolen bases in a season with 88 in 1912, a mark surpassed three years later by Ty Cobb. Milan was mostly a center fielder.

Cy Williams

Frederick "Cy" Williams (December 21, 1887 – April 23, 1974) was an American professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball as an outfielder for the Chicago Cubs (1912–17) and Philadelphia Phillies (1918–30). As Major League Baseball emerged from the dead-ball era, Williams became one of the most prominent home run hitters in the National League.

Fielder Jones

Fielder Allison Jones (August 13, 1871 – March 13, 1934) was an American center fielder and manager in Major League Baseball (MLB). He was best known as the player-manager of the World Series champion 1906 Chicago White Sox, a team who succeeded in spite of such poor offense that they were known as the "Hitless Wonders".

Greg Vaughn

Gregory Lamont Vaughn (born July 3, 1965) is a former Major League Baseball left fielder who played for the Milwaukee Brewers (1989–96), San Diego Padres (1996–98), Cincinnati Reds (1999), Tampa Bay Devil Rays (2000–02) and Colorado Rockies (2003). He was born in Sacramento, California, where he attended Kennedy High School. He then played baseball at the University of Miami. He is the cousin of fellow former Major Leaguer Mo Vaughn.

Harlond Clift

Harlond Benton "Darkie" Clift (August 12, 1912 – April 27, 1992) was a Major League Baseball (MLB) third baseman for the St. Louis Browns (1934–1943) and the Washington Senators (1943–1945). He was an All-Star for the American League in 1937.

Herman Long (baseball)

Herman C. Long (April 13, 1866 – September 16, 1909) was an American shortstop in Major League Baseball (MLB) who played for the Kansas City Cowboys, Boston Beaneaters, New York Highlanders, Detroit Tigers, and Philadelphia Phillies. Long was known for his great fielding range as a shortstop, but he also holds the MLB record for career errors.

Kid Gleason

William Jethro "Kid" Gleason (October 26, 1866 – January 2, 1933) was an American Major League Baseball player and manager. Gleason managed the Chicago White Sox from 1919 through 1923. His first season as a major league manager was notable for his team's appearance in the World Series and the ensuing Black Sox Scandal, but Gleason was not involved in the scandal. After leaving the White Sox, Gleason was on the coaching staff for the Philadelphia Athletics until 1931.

Kip Selbach

Albert Karl (Kip) Selbach (March 24, 1872 – February 17, 1956) was a left fielder in Major League Baseball. From 1894 through 1906, he played for the Washington Senators (NL), Cincinnati Reds, New York Giants, Baltimore Orioles, Washington Senators (AL) and Boston Ameiricans (1904–1906). Selbach batted and threw right-handed. He was born in Columbus, Ohio.

Mike Griffin (outfielder)

Michael Joseph Griffin (March 20, 1865 – April 10, 1908) was an American Major League Baseball center fielder who hailed from Utica, New York. He played in 1511 games spread over 12 seasons for teams in the American Association, Players' League, and National League. He had 1,755 hits, resulting in a .296 batting average, and was a prolific base stealer who swiped 473 bases during his career. In his last year in the majors, he was also the player-manager for the Brooklyn Bridegrooms for a short period of time.

Mike Tiernan

Michael Joseph Tiernan (January 21, 1867 – November 7, 1918), nicknamed "Silent Mike", was an American professional baseball right fielder. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) exclusively for the New York Giants from 1887 to 1899. Born in Trenton, New Jersey, his debut game was on April 30, 1887. His final game was played on July 31, 1899. Tiernan led the National League in home runs in 1890 and 1891, and compiled a .311 lifetime batting average. He is the Giants' all-time franchise leader in triples and stolen bases. One of the great home run hitters of the 19th century, he hit 106 of them, which ties him with Hall of Famer Dan Brouthers for fourth most among 19th century ball players.

Sherry Magee

Sherwood Robert "Sherry" Magee (August 6, 1884 – March 13, 1929) was an American left fielder in Major League Baseball. From 1904 through 1919, Magee played with the Philadelphia Phillies (1904–14), Boston Braves (1915–1917) and Cincinnati Reds (1917–1919). He batted and threw right-handed and in a 16-season career posted a .291 batting average with 83 home runs and 1,176 runs batted in through 2,087 games played.

Tom Daly (infielder)

Thomas Peter Daly (February 7, 1866 – October 29, 1938) was a catcher and second baseman who played in the Major Leagues from 1887 to 1903. He played for the Chicago Cubs, Washington Nationals, Brooklyn Dodgers, Chicago White Sox and Cincinnati Reds.

His brother, Joe Daly, also played professional baseball.

Vern Stephens

Vernon Decatur Stephens (October 23, 1920 – November 3, 1968) was an American shortstop in professional baseball who played 15 seasons in the American League for four teams. He was born in McAlister, New Mexico while his parents were en route from Oklahoma to California. Stephens batted and threw right-handed. He was also nicknamed "Little Slug", "Junior", and "Buster". Ted Williams credited him with being the most effective of those who followed him in the Red Sox batting order. During his stint with the Red Sox he outshone Bobby Doerr, a Hall-of-famer, who followed him in the Sox batting order. In 1949 he hit 39 home runs, second only to Williams that year in the American League, while batting in 159 runs tying Williams for the league lead. The next closest American Leaguers hit 24 home runs that year while Doerr hit 18. In his book "Summer of '49" author David Halberstam seems to go great lengths to belittle Stephens' 1949 performance while exalting that of Doerr which was patently unfair.

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