Lee MacPhail, who was the President of the American League between 1974-1984 and elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1998.
Wade Boggs won the American League batting title every year from 1983-1988 with the exception of 1984 when Don Mattingly won it.
Magglio Ordonez won the 2007 American League batting title with a .363 batting Average.
The first player from the Red Sox to win the American League batting title was Jimmie Foxx who hit .349 in 1938.
Hall of Famer Willie Keeler led the National League in batting in 1897 at .424 and did not hit a home run. Hall of Famer Rod Carew led the American League in batting in 1972 at .318 and did not hit a home run.
Rogers Hornsby of the Boston Braves won the NL batting title in 1928 with a .387 average.
The 1974 NL batting champion was Ralph Garr of the Atlanta Braves at .353.
Tony Oliva of the Minnesota Twins won the American League batting title 3 times: 1964 - .323 1965 - .321 1971 - .337 Didn't TONY GWYNN of the SD Padres have EIGHT batting titles? The question says 'three time batting champ,' but doesn't specify AL or NL. Oliva did it in the AL, but Gwynn had a total of eight batting titles over the course of his long career; his first name is Tony. TK
The champ is Cynthia.