4. Reds outfielder Adam Duvall recorded 100 RBI in 2016.
Adam Duvall's lone All-Star season saw the slugger lead the Cincinnati Reds in RBI. Duvall, who played college baseball right down the road at the University of Louisville, racked up a team-best 103 runs batted in during the 2016 season.
There wasn't a lot to write home about that season. The Reds were mired in the midst of what would turn out to be an unsuccessful rebuild. That year's squad, led by Bryan Price, finished an abysmal 68-94 while running out a starting rotation that included John Lamb and Tim Adelman.
But, one of the few bright spots on that year's team was outfielder Adam Duvall. Originally taken in the 11th round of the 2010 MLB Draft by the San Francisco Giants, Duvall made his way to Cincinnati by way of a trade the year prior. Duvall and pitcher Keury Mella were dealt to the Reds in exchange for Mike Leake.
Duvall made an immediate impact with his new club, and in 2016, he slashed .241/.297/.498 with 31 doubles and 33 home runs. Duvall stuck in Cincinnati for one more season before being traded to the Atlanta Braves in 2019.
Duvall has played for four different franchises since leaving the Cincinnati Reds in 2018, but led the league in RBI back in 2021 while splitting time with the Braves and Miami Marlins. Duvall has recorded double-digit home runs every year since 2016.