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Most Homers by Career Length

Data
Player Career Homers Seasons
Rudy Lombardi 725 21
Jim Heathcott 297 20
Evan Moore 364 19
Melvin Martin 280 18
Darren Owens 788 17
Clinton Anderson 667 16
Damaso Colome 720 15
Carlos Pulido 524 14
Javier Leon 556 13
Willie Bacsik 476 12
Henry Menechino 521 11
Alex Valdes 508 10
Hayes Corino 423 9
Ryan Parrish 327 8
Robb Worrell 272 7
Harry Cruz 293 6
Bosco Gleason 247 5
Travis Barrett 179 4
Harry Martinez 120 3
Felipe Beltre 73 2
Tom Flores 52 1

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