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What Major League Baseball players have batted .400?

In the modern era (since 1900) 13 players have hit over .400 The list, from highest average to lowest is as follows; Nap Lajoie .426 (1901) Rogers Hornsby .424 (1924) Ty Cobb .420 (1911) George Sisler .420 (1922) Ty Cobb .410 (1912) Joe Jackson .408 (1911) George Sisler .407 (1920) Ted Williams .406 (1941) Harry Heilmann .403 (1923) Rogers Hornsby .403 (1925) Rogers Hornsby .401 (1922) Bill Terry .401 (1930) Ty Cobb .401 (1922)


How do you get a batting average of 0.420?

A batting average of .420 refers to getting a base hit in 42% of your at bats. So you would need 42 hits for every hundred at bats. No Major League Baseball player has hit this high since 1924, when Rogers Hornsby hit .424.


What baseball players have won the triple crown?

The triple crown has been accomplished seventeen times in MLB history. American League triple crown winners are Napolean Lajoie, Ty Cobb, Jimmie Foxx, Lou Gehrig, Ted Williams, Mickey Mantle, Frank Robinson, Carl Yastrzemski and Miguel Cabrera. National League winners are Paul Hines, Hugh Duffy, Heinie Zimmerman, Rogers Hornsby, Chuck Klein, and Joe Medwick. Click on the link below to learn more about these players.


Who was the last player in Major league baseball to have batting average over 400 for the season?

ty cobbCorrect answer:Ty Cobb last hit .400 in 1922, George Sisler and Roger Hornsby also hit .400 that year. The last player to hit .400 was Ted Williams in 1941 with a .406 average


How many at bats did Willie Mays have?

He had 10,881 during his major league career (1951-1973).

Related questions

Who was the national league batting champion six years straight?

Rogers Hornsby


Who was the national league batting champion in 1928?

Rogers Hornsby of the Boston Braves at .387.


What major league player hit .424 in 1924?

Rogers Hornsby for St. Louis


What major league player hit 424 in1924?

Rogers Hornsby of the St. Louis Cardinals.


Who as the 1928 national league batting champion in major league baseball?

Rogers Hornsby of the Boston Braves with a .387 average.


Who was the 1928 national league batting champ in major league baseball?

Rogers Hornsby of the Boston Braves won the NL batting title in 1928 with a .387 average.


What major league player hit 424 in 1924?

Rogers Hornsby led the National League in hitting with a .424 average while playing as the regular second baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals in 1924.


Who was 7 time national league batting champ?

Both Honus Wagner and Rogers Hornsby won seven such NL titles, and Tony Gwynn won eight of them.


What Major League Baseball players have batted .400?

In the modern era (since 1900) 13 players have hit over .400 The list, from highest average to lowest is as follows; Nap Lajoie .426 (1901) Rogers Hornsby .424 (1924) Ty Cobb .420 (1911) George Sisler .420 (1922) Ty Cobb .410 (1912) Joe Jackson .408 (1911) George Sisler .407 (1920) Ted Williams .406 (1941) Harry Heilmann .403 (1923) Rogers Hornsby .403 (1925) Rogers Hornsby .401 (1922) Bill Terry .401 (1930) Ty Cobb .401 (1922)


What Major League Baseball team had the same player bat over 400 THREE times in the 1920s?

St. Louis Cardinals. Rogers Hornsby hit .401 in 1922, .424 in 1924, and .403 in 1925.


Who won back to back batting average titles?

American League: Nap Lajoie, Ty Cobb, Al Simmons, Joe DiMaggio, Ted Williams, Ferris Fain, Tony Oliva, Rod Carew, Wade Boggs, Nomar Garciaparra, Joe Mauer National League: Paul Hines, Dan Brouthers, Jesse Burkett, Willie Keeler, Honus Wagner, Jake Daubert, Rogers Hornsby, Stan Musial, Tommy Davis, Pete Rose, Bill Madlock, Dave Parker, Tony Gwynn, Larry Walker,


Which national league second base man had the most home runs in a single season?

Second basemen Rogers Hornsby and Davey Johnson both hit 42 home runs in a season; in 1922 and 1973, respectively.

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