Luis Aparicio led the league in stolen bases for the 9 consecutive year in 1964. This was the final time he would lead the league but he would finish in the top 10 4 of the next 5 years. He was still a threat on the basepaths even in his final year. In 1973 at the age of 39 he still stole 13 bases for the Boston Red Sox.
The next closest behind Aparicio was his former teammate Al Weis. Weis had a career high of 22 stolen bases in 1964 which was a full 35 bases fewer than Aparicio's 57.
Cleveland's Gold Glove centerfielder, Vic Davalillo was in 3rd with 21 stolen bases.