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The 50-50 Club in the context of Major League Baseball can refer to the group of players who achieve 50 doubles and 50 home runs in one season. Only one man has ever accomplished this feat: Albert Belle in 1995 with 52 2B and 50 HR.[1]

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40-40 (2B/HR) Seasons

Year Player Team 2B HR
1921 Babe Ruth New York Yankees 44 59
1922 Rogers Hornsby St. Louis Cardinals 46 42
1923 Babe Ruth (2) New York Yankees 45 41
1927 Lou Gehrig New York Yankees 52 47
1929 Chuck Klein Philadelphia Phillies 45 43
1930 Lou Gehrig (2) New York Yankees 42 41
1930 Chuck Klein (2) Philadelphia Phillies 59 40
1934 Lou Gehrig (3) New York Yankees 40 49
1936 Hal Trosky Cleveland Indians 45 42
1937 Hank Greenberg Detroit Tigers 49 40
1940 Hank Greenberg (2) Detroit Tigers 50 41
1973 Willie Stargell Pittsburgh Pirates 43 44
1995 Albert Belle Cleveland Indians 52 50
1996 Ellis Burks Colorado Rockies 45 40
1997 Larry Walker Colorado Rockies 46 49
1998 Juan Gonzalez Texas Rangers 50 45
1998 Albert Belle (2) Chicago White Sox 48 49
1999 Shawn Green Toronto Blue Jays 45 42
1999 Chipper Jones Atlanta Braves 41 45
2000 Frank Thomas Chicago White Sox 44 43
2000 Carlos Delgado Toronto Blue Jays 57 41
2000 Richard Hidalgo Houston Astros 42 44
2000 Todd Helton Colorado Rockies 59 42
2001 Todd Helton (2) Colorado Rockies 54 49
2003 Albert Pujols St. Louis Cardinals 51 43
2004 Albert Pujols (2) St. Louis Cardinals 51 46
2004 Manny Ramirez Boston Red Sox 44 43
2004 David Ortiz Boston Red Sox 47 41
2005 David Ortiz (2) Boston Red Sox 40 47
2005 Derrek Lee Chicago Cubs 50 46
2005 Mark Teixeira Texas Rangers 41 43
2006 *Alfonso Soriano Washington Nationals 41 46
2009 Albert Pujols (3) St. Louis Cardinals 45 47

*Soriano also had 41 SB in 2006, one of only four 40-40 HR/SB seasons and the only 40-40-40 HR/SB/2B season in baseball history.

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