Five-time all-star Albert Belle finished his career with 381 career home runs and 1,239 RBI while batting .295. The left fielder played 12 Major League Baseball seasons with the Indians, White Sox and Orioles before retiring following the 2000 season due to a degenerative hip condition.
From 1992 until his retirement, Belle drove in 100 or more runs in nine consecutive seasons. His best was the 1995 campaign, when he became the first player in MLB history to tally 50 home runs and 50 doubles, doing so in just 143 games. As of 2014, his 152 RBI with the White Sox in 1998 remains a team record.