4. Victor Martinez, 2014 (32)
You may be noticing a lot of repeats from the last 5 Tigers hitters to have 100 RBI in a single season list we ran last week, but that's just kind of how these things go. If you hit 30+ homers, you're likely to drive in over 100 runs.
Once again, we get to talk about contract-year Victor Martinez. It's pretty wild to look back at that season and what he did at age 35.
He hit .335 and had a .974 OPS. The 32 homers were a career high. He also intentionally walked a league-leading 28 times. Teams were afraid of V-Mart.
Victor earned himself one last contract with this season. He would go on to have another good season in 2016 with 27 homers, which was even more impressive at age 37.