Who had the best batting average in 2012?
MLB Season History – 2012
|1. Melky Cabrera||.346|
|2. Joey Votto||.337|
|3. Buster Posey||.336|
|4. Miguel Cabrera||.330|
Who leads the National League in batting average?
National League Batting Leaders
|1.||Goldschmidt • STL||1.054|
|2.||Betts • LAD||1.008|
|3.||Machado • SDP||.978|
|4.||Harper • PHI||.943|
|5.||Cron • COL||.926|
Who won the batting title in 2012?
catcher Buster Posey
Thanks to some timely hitting and a timely suspension to teammate Melky Cabrera, San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey has won the National League batting crown with a final average of . 336 after going 0-for-2 against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday.
Who has the most batting titles in the National League?
Batting Champion Records
|Batting Champion Records Major League Baseball Records Set by Batting Champions|
|Batting Title Records||LG||Name(s)|
|Most Batting Titles (In A Career)||NL||Honus Wagner|
|Most Batting Titles (In a Career / Consecutively)||AL||Ty Cobb|
Who has highest batting average?
MLB Career Batting Leaders
|MLB Career Batting Leaders – Batting Average|
What is the highest batting average in a single season?
Since 1941, the highest single-season average has been . 394 by Tony Gwynn of the San Diego Padres in 1994.
Who has the most RBIS in 2011?
Don’t Have ESPN?…MLB Postseason Stat Leaders 2011.
|RUNS BATTED IN||RBI|
|1 D. FreeseSTL||21|
|2 A. PujolsSTL||16|
|2 N. CruzTEX||16|
|4 M. NapoliTEX||15|
What is the National League batting average?
League Year-By-Year Batting–Averages
Why is Bill Madlock not in the Hall of Fame?
Despite his batting skill, in the first year he was eligible for Hall of Fame voting by the BBWAA in 1993, he got only 4% of the vote and was dropped from the ballot.
Who won batting title?
Gurriel hits walk-off 1B, wins AL batting title.
Who is the best hitter ever?
Ted Williams and the 10 Greatest Hitters That Ever Lived
- Ted Williams. It was Ted Williams who once said, “All I want out of life is that when I walk down the street, folks will say, ‘There goes the greatest hitter that ever lived.
- Ty Cobb.
- Rogers Hornsby.
- Stan Musial.
- Tony Gwynn.
- Rod Carew.
- Shoeless Joe Jackson.
- Honus Wagner.
Who hit 400 the most times?
. 400 Hitters Club
|.400 Hitters Club In Order By Highest Average|
|Rank||Name(s)||AVG (Raw AVG)|
|1||Tip O’Neill||.485 (.48501)|
|2||Pete Browning||.457 (.45681)|
|3||Bob Caruthers||.456 (.45581)|