Franchise Records

Single-Season Home Run Records
Total – 52,  Jim Thome (2002)
By left-handed batter – 52, Jim Thome (2002)
By right-handed batter – 50, Albert Belle (1995)
By switch-hitter – 25, Victor Martinez (2007)
By C – 25, Johnny Romano (1962) and Victor Martinez (2007)
By 1B – 52,  Jim Thome (2002)
By 2B – 32, Joe Gordon (1948)
By SS – 24, Jhonny Peralta (2005)
By 3B – 43, Al Rosen (1953)
By LF – 50, Albert Belle (1995)
By CF – 33, Grady Sizemore (2008)
By RF – 45, Manny Ramirez (1998)
By DH – 42, Travis Hafner (2006)
By P – 9, Wes Ferrell (1931)
In fewer than 500 PA – 36, Albert Belle (1994 – 480 PA)
In fewer than 400 PA – 25, Paul Sorrento (1995 – 378 PA)
In fewer than 300 PA – 21, David Justice (2000 – 288 PA)
In fewer than 200 PA – Chuck Essegian (1961 – 181 PA)
In fewer than 100 PA – 6, Walt Bond (1962 – 54 PA) and Luis Medina (1988 – 56 PA)
After age 40 – 12, Eddie Murray (1996)
In 1st season – 24, Cory Snyder (1986)
In last season – 19, Joe Gordon (1950)
Youngest with 20 HR – Hal Trosky (35 in 1934) and Ken Kelter (26 in 1938), both 21 yrs old
Youngest with 30 HR – Hal Trosky, 21 years old (35 in 1934)
Oldest with 20 HR – Eddie Murray, 39 years old (21 in 1995)
Oldest with 30 HR – Ellis Burks, 37 years old (32 in 2002)
By US-born player –  52,  Jim Thome (2002)
By foreign-born player – 45, Manny Ramirez (1998)
By Ohio-born player – 33, David Justice (1997)
By Cleveland-born player – 12, Ray Mack (1940) and Chris Bando (1984)

Notes:
– for positional records, minimum 75% of games played at that position required

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