The 5 Best Father and Sons in Baseball…

…in my opinion!

Number 5

Photo taken from from our friends at Sports Then & Now

Felipe and Moises Alou

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You can see the stats for Moises Alou
by clicking this link.

Number 4

Cecil and Price Fielder – The only father – son duo to each hit 50 or more home runs!

You can see the stats for Cecil Fielder by clicking this link.

You can see the stats for Prince Fielder by clicking this link.

Number 3

Ray, Bob, Aaron and Bret Boone – on this list for the fact that there has been 3 generations of Boone’s

You can see the stats for Ray Boone by clicking this link.

You can see the stats for Bob Boone by clicking this link.

You can see the stats for Aaron Boone by clicking this link.

You can see the stats for Bret Boone by clicking this link.

Number 2

Ken Griffey Sr. and Jr. – the only father and son combo to play in the same season (in 1989 Sr. was with the Reds while Jr. was with the Mariners), on the same team and hit back to back home runs on September 14, 1990 for the Seattle Mariners!

You can see the stats for Ken GriffeySr. by clicking this link.

You can see the stats for Ken GriffeyJr. by clicking this link.

Barry & Bobby Bonds

Number 1

Bobby and Barry Bonds – The only father and son duo to hit over 300 home runs (Bobby hit 332 while Barry hit 762*) AND steal over 400 bases (Bobby stole 461 while Barry stole 514)!

You can see the stats for Bobby Bonds by clicking this link.

You can see the stats for Barry Bonds by clicking this link.

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6 Comments

  1. Chris Martinez

    October 29, 2010 at 4:01 pm

    Perfect list.

  2. garyh10

    October 30, 2010 at 8:27 am

    No arguments here. The choices are excellent and the order is correct. Being the trivia-hound that I am, I wish you would do more of these lists.

  3. Nate Moller

    November 2, 2010 at 2:55 am

    Like the asterisk next to Barry’s number.

    My favorite would be the Griffey’s in this case.

    I also like the Gwynns.

  4. Jonathan Bentz

    January 5, 2011 at 9:37 am

    I would have put Cecil and Prince ahead of the Boone’s… maybe even ahead of the Griffey’s… but there’s no doubt that the Bonds’ are no. 1 here.

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