Dawson, the 203rd player enshrined at the birthplace of baseball, became only the third man with more than 400 homers and 300 stolen bases in his career.
What does SB stand for?
SB stands for Stolen Base (baseball)
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We have 133 other meanings of SB in our Acronym Attic
- Status Board
- Stealth Bomber
- Steelbeak (Disney Character)
- Stem Borer
- Steve Biko/Bantu (symbol of black resistance to the Apartheid regime)
- Stibium (Antimony)
- Stilb (CGS unit)
- Still Birth
- Stinger Basic (US DoD)
- Stock Book (philately)
Samples in periodicals archive:
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Jacoby Ellsbury's stolen base in Game 2 of this past World Series will go down as a minor footnote in the annals of baseball history.
Furcal is certainly no slug -- he's had 46 and 37 stolen bases in the past twoseasons -- but Pierre has topped 50 stolen bases in three of the past four seasons, including 58 last year.
``I think he was confused,'' White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen said of Pierzynski, who had zero stolen bases during the regular season.
Brock's program will feature products commemorating his Hall of Fame career, including an autographed baseball with a "938 SB" inscription, which denotes the number of stolen bases he achieved during his successful career.
308 with 30 stolen bases and scored 57 runs in 145 games for the Dodgers last season, but reverted to a reserve role after Ramirez completed a 50-game suspension for violating baseball's drug policy.
Man of steal: White Sox outfielder Scott Podsednik leads the majors with 50 stolen bases, one season after he led the majors with 70 steals.
In 1988, he became the first player to have at least 10 home runs and 10 stolen bases for 12 consecutive years.