A: Babe Ruth, who recorded 457 total bases for the New York Yankees on the strength of 59 home runs (236 total bases), 44 doubles (88 total bases), 16 triples (48 total bases), and 85 singles (85 total bases)

The National League record belongs to Rogers Hornsby, who collected 450 total bases for the St. Louis Cardinals in 1922.

The post-World War II record belongs to Cardinals great Stan Musial, with 429 in 1948.

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