Doubles, triples or sending balls out of the yard, there are multiple ways in which to record an extra-base hit.

Either way, these big knocks often mean that the scoreboard is moving for the batting team, or, at worst, a runner has been put into scoring position.

From a long-bomber from the Bay Area to a Georgia Peach rounding second in the Motor City, here is the full list of Major League Baseballers to have recorded at least 1,100 career extra-base hits.

Extra-base hits Player Team/s
1,477 Hank Aaron Milwaukee Braves, Atlanta Braves & Milwaukee Brewers
1,440 Barry Bonds Pittsburgh Pirates & San Francisco Giants
1,405 Albert Pujols St. Louis Cardinals, Los Angeles Angels & Los Angeles Dodgers
1,377 Stan Musial St. Louis Cardinals
1,356 Babe Ruth Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees & Boston Braves
1,323 Willie Mays New York Giants, San Francisco Giants & New York Mets
1,275 Alex Rodriguez Seattle Mariners, Texas Rangers & New York Yankees
1,192 David Ortiz Minnesota Twins & Boston Red Sox
Ken Griffey Jr. Seattle Mariners, Cincinnati Reds & Chicago White Sox
Rafael Palmeiro Chicago Cubs, Texas Rangers & Baltimore Orioles
1,190 Lou Gehrig New York Yankees
1,186 Frank Robinson Cincinnati Reds, Baltimore Orioles, Los Angeles Dodgers, California Angels & Cleveland Indians
1,157 Carl Yastrzemski Boston Red Sox
1,155 Miguel Cabrera Florida Marlins & Detroit Tigers
1,151 Adrian Beltre Los Angeles Dodgers, Seattle Mariners, Boston Red Sox & Texas Rangers
1,136 Ty Cobb Detroit Tigers & Philadelphia Athletics
1,131 Tristram Speaker Boston Americans/Red Sox, Cleveland Indians, Washington Senators & Philadelphia Athletics
1,122 Manny Ramirez Cleveland Indians, Boston Red Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers, Chicago White Sox & Tampa Bay Rays
1,119 George Brett Kansas City Royals
1,117 Ted Williams Boston Red Sox
Jimmie Foxx Philadelphia Athletics, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs & Philadelphia Phillies