QUIZ: Name every MLB player 5’9” or smaller to have hit at least 30 home runs in a season

In the history of MLB, a total of 12 players 5'9" or smaller have hit 30 or more home runs in a season 31 times. How many of the short, not-necessarily-short-stops can you name?

Clue: Number of home runs - Height of player/Year-Team

Score:
0/31
Time:
3:00
56 - 5'6" 1930-CHC
Hack Wilson
42 - 5'9" 1929-NYG
Mel Ott
41 - 5'9" 1953-BRO
Roy Campanella
39 - 5'6" 1929-CHC
Hack Wilson
38 - 5'9" 1999-OAK
Matt Stairs
38 - 5'9" 1932-NYG
Mel Ott
36 - 5'9" 1938-NYG
Mel Ott
35 - 5'9" 1999-TEX
Ivan Rodriguez
35 - 5'9" 1934-NYG
Mel Ott
35 - 5'9" 1934-STL
Ripper Collins
34 - 5'9" 2004-BAL
Miguel Tejada
34 - 5'9" 2002-OAK
Miguel Tejada
33 - 5'9" 1951-BRO
Roy Campanella
33 - 5'9" 1936-NYG
Mel Ott
32 - 5'9" 1955-BRO
Roy Campanella
32 - 5'9" 1932-CLE
Earl Averill
32 - 5'9" 1931-CLE
Earl Averill
31 - 5'9" 2001-OAK
Miguel Tejada
31 - 5'8" 1986-MIN
Kirby Puckett
31 - 5'9" 1970-MIL
Tommy Harper
31 - 5'9" 1950-BRO
Roy Campanella
31 - 5'9" 1937-NYG
Mel Ott
31 - 5'9" 1935-NYG
Mel Ott
31 - 5'9" 1934-CLE
Earl Averill
31 - 5'6" 1928-CHC
Hack Wilson
30 - 5'7" 2007-PHI
Jimmy Rollins
30 - 5'9" 2000-OAK
Miguel Tejada
30 - 5'7" 1956-NYY
Yogi Berra
30 - 5'7" 1952-NYY
Yogi Berra
30 - 5'9" 1942-NYG
Mel Ott
30 - 5'6" 1927-CHC
Hack Wilson
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