Eddie Mathews - 2 times
It is actually a bit surprising that Eddie Mathews only managed to drive in 120 runs twice, but he only managed to do so in 1953 and 1960. His 1953 season was particularly insane has hit drove in 135 runs while hitting 47 home runs and posting a 1.033 OPS. He somehow lost the MVP race to Roy Campanella that season which is a reminder that MVP voting has been broken for a long time.
Wally Berger - 2 times
Younger Braves fans may not be aware of Wally Berger, but he was awesome for the Boston Braves from 1930 to 1937. Berger drove in north of 120 runs in 1934 and 1935 where he weirdly hit exactly 34 home runs in each of those seasons. Berger would go on to be a scout for the Yankees after retiring and living a long life until passing away at 83 in 1988.
Andruw Jones - 2 times
It isn't particularly shocking to see Andruw's name on this list given some of the seasons he put up. Andruw put up 128 RBI in 2005 where he lost a really tight MVP race to Albert Pujols and then drove in 129 runs the following season. It is still a shame that it is taking as long as it has to get Andruw into the Hall of Fame, but at least the Braves are finally retiring his number.
Hugh Duffy - 2 times
The franchise leader for RBI in a single season is a name that few Braves fans will know, Hugh Duffy. Duffy drove in a staggering 145 in 1894 and then drove in 129 runs in 1897. Duffy hit .440 in that magical 1894 season which is top 5 in baseball history. In his nine seasons with Boston, Duffy slashed .332/.394/.455 with just 69 homers. It was certainly a different time.