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All-time home run leaders for each MLB team

Duke Snider leads Dodgers with 389; Tim Salmon's 299 is best for Angels.

August 20, 2011|By Kevin Baxter
  • Dodgers all-time home run leader Duke Snider rounds the bases in 1956.
Dodgers all-time home run leader Duke Snider rounds the bases in 1956. (Robert Riger / Getty Images )

Jim Thome hit more than half his 600 home runs for his first team, the Cleveland Indians, making him the career leader for that storied franchise. Here is a list of all-time home run leaders for the 30 big league franchises:

Angels; Tim Salmon, 299

Dodgers; Duke Snider, 389

Arizona; Luis Gonzalez, 224

Atlanta; Hank Aaron, 733

Baltimore; Cal Ripken, 431

Boston; Ted Williams, 521

Chicago Cubs; Sammy Sosa, 545

Chicago White Sox; Frank Thomas, 334

Cincinnati; Johnny Bench, 389

Cleveland; Jim Thome, 334*

Colorado; Todd Helton, 333*

Detroit; Al Kaline, 399

Florida; Dan Uggla, 154*

Houston; Jeff Bagwell, 449

Kansas City; George Brett, 317

Minnesota; Harmon Killebrew, 559

Milwaukee; Robin Yount, 251

N.Y. Mets; Darryl Strawberry, 252

N.Y. Yankees; Babe Ruth, 659

Oakland; Mark McGwire, 363

Philadelphia; Mike Schmidt, 548

Pittsburgh; Willie Stargell, 475

St. Louis; Stan Musial, 475

San Diego; Nate Colbert, 163

San Francisco; Willie Mays, 646

Seattle; Ken Griffey Jr., 417

Tampa Bay; Carlos Pena, 144*

Texas; Juan Gonzalez, 372

Toronto; Carlos Delgado, 336

Washington; Vladimir Guerrero, 234*

* Denotes active player

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