Which players have hit the most home runs in a season for every MLB franchise?

SEATTLE, UNITED STATES:  Seattle Mariner Ken Griffey Jr. hits a tiebreaking homer against the New York Yankees in the sixth inning 07 October at the Kingdome in Seattle, Washington.    AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read Vince Bucci/AFP via Getty Images)

There are a lot of exciting things to see at a Major League Baseball game. Pitchers blowing away hitters with high fastballs, a player with speed hitting one in the gap and racing first to third for a triple, and dazzling defensive plays. Let’s take a look at each franchise’s single-season home run leaders. 


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