The Run Batted In, or "RBI" has long been one of the glorious statistics in all of sports. When a major league hitter wins the Triple Crown, he leads his league in home runs, batting average, and RBI's.
The RBI tells us how many runs a player's team scored as a result of his hitting. More often than not, a player who leads his league in home runs and RBI's will win his league's Most Valuable Player award.
By now, Albert Pujols must be considered one of the Top 50 or so greatest baseball players of all time, and he will rapidly climb the ranks as he gets older.
And yet somehow, this powerful young hitter who has led the league in home runs, runs scored, batting average, on-base percentage, slugging percentage, and a whole host of other statistics, has never managed to lead the National League in RBI's.
Take a look now at the Top 10 Players Who Never Led Their League in Runs Batted In.