1986: Mike Schmidt led the National League in home runs (37) and RBIs (119) again, each for the last time. That was during the long-ball era.
He won the NL home-run title eight times (one of them shared) and the RBI crown four times, although he hit at least 40 homers three times, with a high of 48.
However, a more interesting Schmidt-Ryan Howard batting comparison (there is no glove comparison) would be from their early years. In Schmidt's first 2,115 at-bats, through 1976, he had 131 homers, 373 RBIs and 618 strikeouts. In Howard's first 2,071 at-bats, he has 177 homers, 499 RBIs and 692 strikeouts.