National Leaguers with 50 or more home runs in a single season

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What National Leaguers have reached the 50-home run plateau in a single season, joining their AL counterparts in MLB history?

Greg Vaughn

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1998: 50, San Diego Padres

Willie Mays

 

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1955: 51, New York Giants

Johnny Mize

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New York Giants: 51, 1947

Ralph Kiner

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1947: Pittsburgh Pirates, 51

George Foster

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1977: 52, Cincinnati Reds

Ralph Kiner

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1949: Pittsburgh Pirates, 54

Hack Wilson

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1930: 56, Chicago Cubs

Ryan Howard

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2006: 58, Philadelphia Phillies

*Mark McGwire

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1997: 58, (The asterisk isn’t there because of what you think: Split between Oakland Athletics and St. Louis Cardinals)

Sammy Sosa

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1999: 63, Chicago Cubs

Sammy Sosa

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2001: Chicago Cubs, 64

Mark McGwire

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1999: 65, St. Louis Cardinals

Sammy Sosa

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1998: 66, Chicago Cubs

Mark McGwire

 

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1998: St. Louis Cardinals, 70

Barry Bonds

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2001: 73, San Francisco Giants

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