Did you know that Mark McGwire, who is ranked number one (#1), number twenty-three (#23) and number thirty (#30) on this page, is also ranked ranked number two (#2) and number three (#3) on the National League single season leaders for home run percentage?
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The National League single season record for home run percentage was set in 2001 by Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants. The American League single season record for home run percentage is on this page. Is either the Career Leader for Home Run Percentage?