All-time RBI leaders at each position - MLB.com
The all-time home run leader at second base is also the position’s RBI king, as Kent drove in 1,518 runs to go with his 377 long balls. Kent had a personal-best 128 RBIs in 1998, and he chipped in another 125 RBIs in 2000, when he won the National League MVP Award. All told, Kent eclipsed the 100-RBI mark in eight seasons.
DA: 67 PA: 28 MOZ Rank: 32