National League Home Run Champions

Year Player, team No.
1876 George Hall, Philadelphia Athletics 5
1877 George Shaffer, Louisville 3
1878 Paul Hines, Providence 4
1879 Charles Jones, Boston 9
1880 James O'Rourke, Boston; Harry Stovey, Worcester 6
1881 Dan Brouthers, Buffalo 8
1882 George Wood, Detroit 7
1883 William Ewing, New York 10
1884 Ed Williamson, Chicago 27
1885 Abner Dalrymple, Chicago 11
1886 Arthur Richardson, Detroit 11
1887 Roger Connor, New York; Wm. O'Brien, Washington 17
1888 Roger Connor, New York 14
1889 Sam Thompson, Philadelphia 20
1890 Tom Burns, Brooklyn; Mike Tiernan, New York 13
1891 Harry Stovey, Boston; Mike Tiernan, New York 16
1892 Jim Holliday, Cincinnati 13
1893 Ed Delahanty, Philadelphia 19
1894 Hugh Duffy, Boston; Robert Lowe, Boston 18
1895 Bill Joyce, Washington 17
1896 Ed Delahanty, Philadelphia; Sam Thompson, Philadelphia 13
1897 Nap Lajoie, Philadelphia 10
1898 James Colins, Boston 14
1899 John Freeman, Washington 25
1900 Herman Long, Boston 12
1901 Sam Crawford, Cincinnati 16
1902 Tom Leach, Pittsburgh 6
1903 James Sheckard, Brooklyn 9
1904 Harry Lumley, Brooklyn 9
1905 Fred Odwell, Cincinnati 9
1906 Tim Jordan, Brooklyn 12
1907 David Brain, Boston 10
1908 Tim Jordan, Brooklyn 12
1909 John Murray, New York 7
1910 Fred Beck, Boston; Frank Schulte, Chicago 10
1911 Frank Schulte, Chicago 21
1912 Henry Zimmerman, Chicago 14
1913 Cliff Cravath, Philadelphia 19
1914 Cliff Cravath, Philadelphia 19
1915 Cliff Cravath, Philadelphia 24
1916 Davis Robertson, New York; Fred Williams, Chicago 12
1917 Davis Robertson, New York; Cliff Cravath, Philadelphia 12
1918 Cliff Cravath, Philadelphia 8
1919 Cliff Cravath, Philadelphia 12
1920 Cy Williams, Philadelphia 15
1921 George Kelly, New York 23
1922 Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis 42
1923 Cy Williams, Philadelphia 41
1924 Jacques Fournier, Brooklyn 27
1925 Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis 39
1926 Hack Wilson, Chicago 21
1927 Hack Wilson, Chicago; Cy Williams, Philadelphia 30
1928 Hack Wilson, Chicago; Jim Bottomley, St. Louis 31
1929 Chuck Klein, Philadelphia 43
1930 Hack Wilson, Chicago 56
1931 Chuck Klein, Philadelphia 31
1932 Chuck Klein, Philadelphia; Mel Ott, New York 38
1933 Chuck Klein, Philadelphia 28
1934 Mel Ott, New York; Rip Collins, St. Louis 35
1935 Wally Berger, Boston 34
1936 Mel Ott, New York 33
1937 Mel Ott, New York; Joe Medwick, St. Louis 31
1938 Mel Ott, New York 36
1939 John Mize, St. Louis 28
1940 John Mize, St. Louis 43
1941 Dolph Camilli, Brooklyn 34
1942 Mel Ott, New York 30
1943 Bill Nicholson, Chicago 29
1944 Bill Nicholson, Chicago 33
1945 Tommy Holmes, Boston 28
1946 Ralph Kiner, Pittsburgh 23
1947 Ralph Kiner, Pittsburgh; John Mize, New York 51
1948 Ralph Kiner, Pittsburgh; John Mize, New York 40
1949 Ralph Kiner, Pittsburgh 54
1950 Ralph Kiner, Pittsburgh 47
1951 Ralph Kiner, Pittsburgh 42
1952 Ralph Kiner, Pittsburgh; Hank Sauer, Chicago 37
1953 Ed Mathews, Milwaukee 47
1954 Ted Kluszewski, Cincinnati 49
1955 Willie Mays, New York 51
1956 Duke Snider, Brooklyn 43
1957 Hank Aaron, Milwaukee 44
1958 Ernie Banks, Chicago 47
1959 Ed Mathews, Milwaukee 46
1960 Ernie Banks, Chicago 41
1961 Orlando Cepeda, San Francisco 46
1962 Willie Mays, San Francisco 49
1963 Hank Aaron, Milwaukee; Willie McCovey, San Francisco 44
1964 Willie Mays, San Francisco 47
1965 Willie Mays, San Francisco 52
1966 Hank Aaron, Atlanta 44
1967 Hank Aaron, Atlanta 39
1968 Willie McCovey, San Francisco 36
1969 Willie McCovey, San Francisco 45
1970 Johnny Bench, Cincinnati 45
1971 Willie Stargell, Pittsburgh 48
1972 Johnny Bench, Cincinnati 40
1973 Willie Stargell, Pittsburgh 44
1974 Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia 36
1975 Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia 38
1976 Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia 38
1977 George Foster, Cincinnati 52
1978 George Foster, Cincinnati 40
1979 Dave Kingman, Chicago 48
1980 Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia 48
19811 Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia 31
1982 Dave Kingman, New York 37
1983 Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia 40
1984 Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia; Dale Murphy, Atlanta 36
1985 Dale Murphy, Atlanta 37
1986 Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia 37
1987 Andre Dawson, Chicago 49
1988 Darryl Strawberry, New York 39
1989 Kevin Mitchell, San Francisco 47
1990 Ryne Sandberg, Chicago 40
1991 Howard Johnson, New York 38
1992 Fred McGriff, San Diego 35
1993 Barry Bonds, San Francisco 46
19942 Matt Williams, San Francisco 43
1995 Dante Bichette, Colorado 40
1996 Andres Galarraga, Colorado 40
1997Larry Walker, Colorado49
1998Mark McGwire, St. Louis70
1999Mark McGwire, St. Louis65
2000Sammy Sosa, Chicago50
2001Barry Bonds, San Francisco73
2002Sammy Sosa, Chicago49
2003Jim Thome, Philadelphia47
2004Adrian Beltre, Los Angeles48
2005Andruw Jones, Atlanta51
2006Ryan Howard, Philadelphia58
1. Split season because of players' strike.
2. Season ended on Aug. 12 because of players' strike.

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