Who has the most hits in one season for every MLB franchise?

Atlanta Braves – Hugh Duffy - 19th-century player who led the majors with 237 hits in 1894 during his time with the Boston Beaneaters.

Baltimore Orioles – George Sisler - Consistent hit maker. Set an MLB record with 257 hits in 1920. Was the hit king for many years.

Boston Red Sox – Wade Boggs - Surprisingly holds the Red Sox record for most hits in a season with 240 in 1985, surpassing Ted Williams.

Chicago Cubs – Rogers Hornsby - Legendary hitter. Joined the Cubs in 1929, won MVP, and contributed 229 hits at the age of 33.

Chicago White Sox – Eddie Collins - Part of the 1920 White Sox team. Led the team with 224 hits, beating out Jackson and Weaver.

Cincinnati Reds – Pete Rose - Banned from baseball but remains the hit king. Had 230 hits in 1973, part of five of the top six hit seasons for the Reds.

Cleveland Indians – “Shoeless” Joe Jackson - Surprisingly, spent six seasons with the Indians. Had 233 hits in 1911, his first full year in the majors.

Colorado Rockies – Dante Bichette - Led the majors in hits with 219 in 1998. Flourished at Coors Field.