Who led the AL in batting average?

Who led the AL in batting average?

Ty Cobb
426 average for the Philadelphia Athletics. Ty Cobb of the Detroit Tigers, who also holds the highest career batting average of . 366, led the AL in average in 11 (or 12) seasons.

Who has the most hits in the AL?

Pete Rose
Pete Rose holds the Major League record for most career hits, with 4,256. Rose and Ty Cobb, second most, are the only players with 4,000 or more career hits. George Davis was the first switch hitter to collect 2,000 hits, achieving that total during the 1902 season.

Who has the highest batting average in 2016?

Major League Baseball Batting Leaders

1. Ortiz • BOS 1.021
2. Trout • LAA .991
3. Murphy • WSN .985
4. Votto • CIN .985
5. Freeman • ATL .968

Who was the AL batting champion?

Gurriel hits walk-off 1B, wins AL batting title.

Has anyone had 7 hits in a game?

In a 22-0 shellacking of the Chicago Cubs that day, Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman Rennie Stennett would record a hit in all seven of his at-bats – becoming the first and to date the only modern-era player to accomplish this in a nine-inning game.

Is there anyone with 3000 hits not in the Hall of Fame?

BBWAA voters strongly dismissed Palmeiro’s Cooperstown case on account of his connection to performance-enhancing drugs, but the fact remains that Palmeiro and Alex Rodriguez are the only Hall-eligible player with at least 3,000 hits and 500 homers who are not enshrined (Albert Pujols is yet to hit the ballot).

Who batted over 400 in a season?

Hitting . 400 for a season is quite the feat. In fact, no qualified hitter has done it since Ted Williams hit . 406 in 1941.

Who has highest Test average after Bradman?

Highest Batting Average in Test

# Player Avg
1 DG Bradman 99.94
2 AC Voges 61.87
3 RG Pollock 60.97
4 GA Headley 60.83

Who has the highest batting average in MLB history?

MLB Career Batting Leaders

MLB Career Batting Leaders – Batting Average
1 Ty Cobb .366
2 Rogers Hornsby .358
3 Joe Jackson .356

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