Did you know that the difference between the American and National League leaders for intentional bases on balls is eighty seven (87)? Consider now the totals for each respectively: thirty-three (33) and one-hundred twenty (120). Are Willie McCovey, Sammy Sosa & Barry Bonds truly more feared at the plate than their American League counterparts? Tell us on Baseball Fever.
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The American League single season record for intentional bases on balls was set in 1957 by Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox then tied in 1993 by John Olerud of the Toronto Blue Jays. The National League single season record for intentional bases on balls is on this page. Is either the Career Leader for Intentional Bases on Balls?