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List of Major League Baseball batting champions - Wikipedia, the ...

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Tony Gwynn also won eight NL batting titles and had the highest batting average for a season, .394, since 1941.

National League Batting Champions - Fact Monster

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National League Batting Champions .... 2005, Derrek Lee, Chicago .335. 2006, Freddy Sanchez, Pittsburgh .344. 1. Split season because of players' strike. 2.

Who Won the National League Batting Title? - WhoWonWhen.com

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Major league baseball crowns a National League Batting Champion every year, and the list below starts way back in 1901 when Jesse Burkett won with a .376 average.Ty Cobb has won the ... 2005, Derrek Lee, Chicago Cubs .335, Details > >.

1990 National League batting title - BR Bullpen

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Apr 13, 2009 ... In 1990, the player with the best batting average in all of major league baseball did not win the batting title despite having the requisite plate ...

Yearly League Leaders & Records for Batting Average | Baseball ...

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Yearly League BA Leaders:1. ... View Sample Leaderboards created with the batting season finder. ... Year, National League, BA, American League, BA ... 2005 (NL AL), Derrek Lee (CHC) .335, Michael Young (TEX) .331. 2004 (NL ..... Total Zone Rating and Wins above Replacement calculations provided by Sean Smith of ...

Who won the National League batting championship in the 2005 ...

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The 2005 National League batting championship was won by Derrek Lee of the Chicago Cubs, .... Who won the TWF season 4 championship? Mr. Extremo won  ...

2016 Regular Season MLB Baseball Batting Statistics - NL Players ...

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Check out the 2016 Regular Season MLB Batting Statistics. ... Percentage; SLG: Slugging Percentage; OPS: OPS = OBP + SLG; WAR: Wins Above Replacement.

2005 MLB Team and Player Stats - Major League Baseball - ESPN

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Discover the 2005 MLB player and team statistics leaders. ... NL BATTING AVERAGE, AVG. Derrek Lee · Derrek ... NL WINS ABOVE REPLACEMENT, WAR .

Colorado Rockies' Justin Morneau claims NL batting title at .319 ...

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Sep 28, 2014 ... Still, he won his first National League batting title. ... Believing it important to help Morneau secure the crown in a season when the ... The last time an AL batting champ had a lower average was 1972, when the Twins' Rod Carew hit .318. .... Bill Chastain has covered the Rays for MLB.com since 2005.

National Baseball Congress » Michael Young

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Since 2004, Young has made seven American League All-Star teams, and ... 2008 season, but Young's stellar career has made Texas the true winners of the deal. ... raking in 221 during his batting champion season of 2005, and pounding out ...

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Baseball in 2005 | Britannica.com

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The White Sox thus achieved the franchise's first championship since 1917. ... The Padres, despite a record of 82–80, won the NL West by five games. ... He was the highest-profile player of the nine who were suspended during the 2005 season. ... Derrek Lee of the Chicago Cubs took NL batting honours with a .335 ...

MLB Batting Champion as Recognized at End of Year | Baseball ...

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1967 NL batting_title:Roberto Clemente, 1980 NL batting_title:Bill Buckner, 1955 AL ... of the season as having the highest batting average in the league. ... List of Multiple Winners ... 2005, AL · Michael Young, TEX 159 G .331/.385/.513. NL ...

Batting Average Year-by-Year Leaders / Batting Champions on ...

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Batting average leaders, year-by-year (aka batting championsi) for each season in Major League history.