Most plate appearances with zero home runs

The players on the list below had 400 or more plate appearances in a season as Minnesota Twins but hit no home runs. That didn’t necessarily mean they had a bad season, as you can see that second baseman Rod Carew led the American League in batting that year. Al Newman and Ben Revere make the list twice each.

Rk Player PA HR Year G AB R H RBI BA Pos
1 Rod Carew 591 0 1972 142 535 61 170 51 .318 *4/H
2 Kirby Puckett 583 0 1984 128 557 63 165 31 .296 *8
3 Ben Revere 553 0 2012 124 511 70 150 32 .294 *98/7H
4 Al Newman 521 0 1989 141 446 62 113 38 .253 *456H/7D8
5 Ben Revere 481 0 2011 117 450 56 120 30 .267 *87H/9D
6 Al Newman 433 0 1990 144 388 43 94 30 .242 *465H/7
7 Lyman Bostock 400 0 1975 98 369 52 104 29 .282 *987/HD
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Generated 1/27/2017.

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