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All-Time Home Run Leaders

Rogers Glynn  764
Darren Owens  764
Rudy Lombardi  724
Bruce Harper  679
Clinton Anderson  667
Damaso Colome  659
Pablo Vincente  632
Al Ontiveros  598
Darin McClellan  589
Roosevelt Davenport  586
Claude Long  562
Alberto Sosa  556
Carlos Pulido  524
Trenidad Prieto  521
Henry Menechino  521
Clyde Unroe  517
Desi Rodriguez  517
Alexander Henry  511
Bruce Kent  496
Al Maurer  485
Willie Bacsik  476
Diego Santana  475
Javier Leon  472
Tex Jordan  468
Moises Guzman  464
Stan Lee  462
Dan Donatello  460
Zachrey Grace  454
Tyler Buhner  439
Sean Montgomery  438
Carlos Medrano  436
Julio Martin  434
Michael Dransfeldt  426
Otis Watkins  421
Ralph Stanley  420
Ariel Rosario  418
Chuck Coleman  413
Kip White  412
Alex Guerrero  411
Justin Terry  409
Anthony Gipson  399
Hong-Gu Hyun  396
Walt Cashman  395
Ismael Maduro  394
Al Ordaz  394
Sean Burnett  392
Matt Kirkland  383
Thomas Simon  381
Hal Randall  379
Al Cedeno  371

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Years with North Stars: 36-41
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