Paul Molitor (10; the most recent player as far as I can tell)
Babe Ruth (10; the most surprising member)
Jackie Robinson (19; everyone remembers this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6XY-XshGhMU but JR did it 18 other times)
Max Carrey (33; Number 2 all-time)
Ty Cobb (54; the undisputed home-stealing champ)
It used to be much more common than it is today, since the game used to be more speed and less power-oriented.
Some recent players to do it include Carl Crawford and Jacoby Ellsbury (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alwm_JHAURQ&NR=1).
"Steals of home" isn't an official stat and is ambiguous. Typically people mean a "pure" steal of home like what you see in the Robinson or Ellsbury vids, but people might also include "impure" steals (e.g. the second half of a double steal or a steal when another runner is caught in a rundown.) So far as I can tell the BA list includes only pure steals, but I could be mistaken.
Tim Raines and Ricky Henderson.
Three. First, second and third, then home plate.
It takes the baseball .406 of a second to get to home plate
Home plate has five sides. It also has, or course, a top and a bottom.
60 feet 6 inches from the back of home plate
604 career homeruns an 301 career stolen bases
The distence form the mound to the plate is 60' 6''
7 baseballs fit across the front of home plate making it 7 baseballs wide.
Four, including the home plate.
In Arsenal there are only a few home players majority are French about 16 players are foreign.
As of the 2008 season, 97 players have hit a home run in their first MLB at bat. Click on the 'Players with a Home Run in Their First At Bat' link below to see a list of those players.
43 feet from the front edge of the pithing rubber to the back point of home plate.
As many as the players can hit. There is no limit.
On any Major League Baseball field it is 90 feet from home plate to first base, so it is 90 feet from home plate to first base at Fenway Park.
The pitcher's plate, on the pitcher's mound is 60 feet, six inches from the front of home plate.
3 bases and 1 home plate.
The pitching rubber is 60' 6" from home plate.
There have been 25 players who have hit at least 500 or more home runs in their career.
As of 2013, 53% of players in the NHL hail from my home country of Canada.
3 complete rotations