Consider that home runs are up from 1.74 per game in June 2014 to 2.83 in June 2019. That's a 62.6 percent increase. That's why the numbers at the Triple-A level — which just started using MLB baseballs this year — not only support the Major League results, but exceed them.
In this manner, who has the most home runs in 2019?
National League Leaders
|NL HOME RUNS||HR|
|Pete Alonso||1. Pete Alonso, NYM||53|
|2. Eugenio Suarez, CIN||49|
|3. Cody Bellinger, LAD||47|
|4. Christian Yelich, MIL||44|
Also to know, how many home runs have been hit this year?
6,776 total home runs The 6,776 home runs hit this year are a whopping 671 more than were hit in any previous season, but even that doesn't do the number justice.
Who leads in home runs?
Career Leaders & Records for Home Runs
|Rank||Player (yrs, age)||Home Runs|
|1.||Barry Bonds (22)||762|
|2.||Hank Aaron+ (23)||755|
|3.||Babe Ruth+ (22)||714|
|4.||Alex Rodriguez (22)||696|
What is the most home runs ever hit?
Barry Bonds holds the Major League Baseball home run record with 762. He passed Hank Aaron, who hit 755, on August 7, 2007. The only other player to have hit 700 or more is Babe Ruth with 714.