### What major league baseball player stole more than 100 bases for three seasons?

Vince Coleman, who played in the major leagues from 1985 to 1997, is the only player of baseball's modern era to accomplish that feat. He stole 110 bases during his rookie season with the St. Louis Cardinals, and then stole 107 in 1986 and 109 in 1987. He is the only player in baseball history to steal 100-plus bases in each of his first three seasons. He was the last person to steal 100 bases…

### Who major league player stole more than 100 bases for three cosecutive seasons?

Vince Coleman, who played in the major leagues from 1985 to 1997, is the only player of baseball's modern era to accomplish that feat. He stole 110 bases during his rookie season with the St. Louis Cardinals, and then stole 107 in 1986 and 109 in 1987. He is the only player in baseball history to steal 100-plus bases in each of his first three seasons. He was the last person to steal 100 bases…

### What major league player stole more than 100 bases for three seasons?

Rickey Henderson is the only player to steal 100 bases or more for 3 seasons in a professional career. In 1981, he failed to reach his 3rd straight 100+ stolen bases mark, only reaching 51. (Which steal lead the league). The year after that, he stole 108 bases, becoming the only player in MLB history to steal 350+ bases in 4 years.

### What major league player stole more than 100 bases for three consectutive years?

Vince Coleman, who played in the major leagues from 1985 to 1997, is the only player of baseball's modern era to accomplish that feat. He stole 110 bases during his rookie season with the St. Louis Cardinals, and then stole 107 in 1986 and 109 in 1987. He is the only player in baseball history to steal 100-plus bases in each of his first three seasons. He was the last person to steal 100 bases…

### Why 35 and 7 are the only three consecutive odd prime numbers?

If you take three consecutive odd (or three consecutive even) numbers, one of the three will always be a multiple of 3. If you take three consecutive odd (or three consecutive even) numbers, one of the three will always be a multiple of 3. If you take three consecutive odd (or three consecutive even) numbers, one of the three will always be a multiple of 3. If you take three consecutive odd (or three consecutive…