Jose Reyes says he wants to finish his career with Mets

59-HR,44-2B, 16-3B 1921-NYY

47-HR, 52-2B, 18-3B 1927-NYY

Lou Gehrig

46-HR, 25-2B, 15-3B 1978-BOS

46-HR, 35-2B, 15-3B 1937-NYY

Joe DiMaggio

46-HR, 31-2B, 15-3B 1931-NYY

Lou Gehrig

41-HR, 42-2B, 17-3B 1930-NYY

Lou Gehrig

39-HR, 46-2B, 18-3B 1948-STL

Stan Musial

39-HR, 29-2B, 15-3B 1977-BOS

38-HR, 50-2B, 15-3B 1932-PHI

Chuck Klein

36-HR, 46-2B, 16-3B 1935-DET

Hank Greenberg

36-HR, 41-2B, 16-3B 1930-PHA

Al Simmons

35-HR, 26-2B, 20-3B 1957-NYG

Willie Mays

32-HR, 25-2B, 16-3B 1965-PHI

Johnny Callison

31-HR, 42-2B, 20-3B 1928-STL

Jim Bottomley

30-HR, 38-2B, 20-3B 2007-PHI

Jimmy Rollins

29-HR, 44-2B, 15-3B 1936-NYY

Joe DiMaggio

28-HR, 37-2B, 15-3B 1987-PHI

Juan Samuel

28-HR, 39-2B, 15-3B 1936-CLE

Earl Averill

27-HR, 34-2B, 16-3B 1938-STL

Johnny Mize

25-HR, 23-2B, 15-3B 1988-PIT

Andy Van Slyke

25-HR, 43-2B, 15-3B 1929-DET

Dale Alexander

24-HR, 32-2B, 20-3B 1941-CLE

Jeff Heath

24-HR, 40-2B, 16-3B 1921-NYY

Bob Meusel

23-HR, 38-2B, 23-3B 2007-DET

Curtis Granderson

23-HR, 42-2B, 20-3B 1979-KCR

George Brett

23-HR, 39-2B, 15-3B 1930-NYG

Bill Terry

22-HR, 25-2B, 18-3B 1930-CHW

Carl Reynolds

22-HR, 21-2B, 16-3B 1925-BRO

Jack Fournier

21-HR, 30-2B, 21-3B 1911-CHC

Frank Schulte

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