Rickey Henderson

United States

Baseball

B: December 25, 1958

Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame

In a 25 year career with nine different clubs, Henderson distingushed himself as one of the greatest players of all time and an east first ballot election to the Hall of Fame. He holds career records for stolen bases with 1,406 and runs scored with 2,295. Henderson came up with the Oakland Athletics in 1979 and stole 100 bases in 1980, setting an American League record. In the strike-shortended 1981 season, he led the Athletics into the playoffs and finished second in the MVP voting. He set a major league record of 130 steals in 1982 which still stands. Prior to the 1985 season, he was traded to the New York Yankees, but returned to Oakland in the midst of the 1989 season, helping the Athletics in the World Series. In 1990, he won the American League MVP. Henderson also played for the 1993 Toronto Blue Jays, helping them win a second consecutive World Series. He is second all-time in career walks with 2,095 and in addition had 3,055 career hits. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2011.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1982 Superteams Baseball Preliminary

1

 

$6,400

 
1982 Superteams Final

1

 

$7,700

 
TOTALS
$14,100


PERSONAL BESTS
Superteams Obstacle Course

31.6

1982 Superteams Final



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