With yesterday's 2 HBP performance against the Pirates, Jason Kendall became the second player to get hit by a pitch against all 30 major league teams. Rondell White somehow beat him to that record, despite only being hit 88 times compared to Kendall's 235 career plunks.
The Pirates are the only NL Central team against whom Kendall is not the active leader in HBPs. He still leads active players in getting plunked by the Brewers, and holds the HBP lead among active players against the Marlins and Dodgers, as well as a share of the lead against Padres.
Here's are Jason Kendall's plunk totals against each team (which you could also get on his splits page on baseball-reference.com, but I'll save you the trip):
Reds - 23, Cubs - 17, Astros - 17, Brewers - 16, Cardinals - 16, Marlins - 15, Nationals/Expos - 12, Dodgers - 11, Rockies - 10, Giants - 9, Mets - 9, Phillies - 9, Padres - 8, Rangers - 8, Royals - 6, Braves - 6, Twins - 5, Rays - 5, Yankees - 4, D-backs - 4, Indians - 4, White Sox - 3, Angels - 3, Red Sox - 3, A's - 3, Mariners - 3, Pirates - 2, Tigers - 2, Orioles - 1, Blue Jays - 1
Kendall's 2nd plunk last night also gave him 17 HBPs since joining the Brewers - which means he's now been hit more times playing for the Brewers than playing against them.