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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 10-27-2006, 08:11 AM Thread Starter
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Baseball stats question?

I'm looking for the list of players who have hit .400 in a season and what year they did it!!
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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 10-27-2006, 08:13 AM
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Sorry, only know Ted Williams was the last to do it, .406 in 1941, but I'm sure you knew that.
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.400 hitters
Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis Cardinals, 1924, .424
Nap Lajoie, Philadelphia Athletics, 1901, .422
Ty Cobb, Detroit Tigers, 1911, .420
George Sisler, St. Louis Browns, 1922, .420
Ty Cobb, Detroit Tigers, 1912, .412
Joe Jackson, Cleveland Indians, 1911, .408
George Sisler, St. Louis Browns, 1920, .407
Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox, 1941, .406
Hayrr Heilmann, Detroit Tigers, 1923, .403
Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis Cardinals, 1925, .403
Ty Cobb, Detroit Tigers, 1922, .401
Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis Cardinals, 1922, .401
Bill Terry, New York Giants, 1930, .401
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A bunch

1. H Duffy
1894 BSN OF 125 539 160 237 51 16 18 145 374 66 15 48 --- .494 .694 .440
2. T O'Neill
1887 SL4 OF 124 517 167 225 52 19 14 123 357 50 --- 30 --- --- .691 .435
3. R Barnes
1872 BS1 2B 45 229 81 99 28 2 1 44 134 9 4 --- --- --- .585 .432
4. C McVey
1871 BS1 C 29 153 43 66 9 5 0 43 85 1 2 --- --- --- .556 .431
5. R Barnes
1876 CHC 2B 66 322 126 138 21 14 1 59 190 20 8 --- --- --- .590 .429
6. N Lajoie
1901 PHA 2B 131 544 145 232 48 14 14 125 350 24 --- 27 --- .462 .643 .426
7. R Barnes
1873 BS1 2B 60 322 125 137 29 8 2 62 188 18 2 --- --- --- .584 .425
8. R Hornsby
1924 STL 2B 143 536 121 227 43 14 25 94 373 89 32 5 12 .497 .696 .424
9. T Cobb
1911 DET OF 146 591 147 248 47 24 8 127 367 44 --- 83 --- .459 .621 .420
9. G Sisler
1922 SLA 1B 142 586 134 246 42 18 8 105 348 49 14 51 19 .456 .594 .420
11. T Cobb
1912 DET OF 140 553 119 227 30 23 7 83 324 43 --- 61 --- .452 .586 .410
11. E Delahanty
1899 PHI OF 146 581 135 238 55 9 9 137 338 55 --- 30 --- .460 .582 .410
13. J Jackson
1911 CLE OF 147 571 126 233 45 19 7 83 337 56 --- 41 --- .463 .590 .408
14. E Delahanty
1894 PHI OF 114 489 147 199 39 18 4 131 286 60 16 21 --- .474 .585 .407
14. G Sisler
1920 SLA 1B 154 631 137 257 49 18 19 122 399 46 19 42 17 .441 .632 .407
14. S Thompson
1894 PHI OF 99 437 108 178 29 27 13 141 300 40 13 24 --- .451 .686 .407
17. T Williams
1941 BOS OF 143 456 135 185 33 3 37 120 335 145 27 2 4 .551 .735 .406
18. E Delahanty
1895 PHI OF 116 480 149 194 49 10 11 106 296 86 31 46 --- .495 .617 .404
18. B Hamilton
1894 PHI OF 129 544 192 220 25 15 4 87 287 126 17 98 --- .517 .528 .404
20. H Heilmann
1923 DET OF 144 524 121 211 44 11 18 115 331 74 40 9 7 .463 .632 .403
20. R Hornsby
1925 STL 2B 138 504 133 203 41 10 39 143 381 83 39 5 3 .476 .756 .403
22. R Barnes
1871 BS1 2B 31 157 66 63 10 9 0 34 91 13 1 --- --- --- .580 .401
22. T Cobb
1922 DET OF 137 526 99 211 42 16 4 99 297 55 24 9 13 .441 .565 .401
22. R Hornsby
1922 STL 2B 154 623 141 250 46 14 42 152 450 65 50 17 12 .449 .722 .401
22. B Terry
1930 NY1 1B 154 633 139 254 39 15 23 129 392 57 33 8 --- .439 .619 .401
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I thought George Brett did it sometime in the late 80's???


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I thought George Brett did it sometime in the late 80's???
He did a .390 in 1980 and a couple of .33X I think.
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I thought George Brett did it sometime in the late 80's???
The closest to the mark was Tony Gwynn, batting .394 in '94, note that was a shortened season.
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I remember when lenny dykstra was pwning face, to bad he never got it.

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I remember when lenny dykstra was pwning face, to bad he never got it.
No way... his highest average was .325 and he only finished better than .3XX like two or three times in his career.
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I always thought that if anyone would do it, it was going to be Wade Boggs.
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I always thought that if anyone would do it, it was going to be Wade Boggs.
Who happened to be one of the ugliest players in baseball. I always had it on Gwynn or a coked upMolitor or currently Ichiro and other slap-hitters.
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Who happened to be one of the ugliest players in baseball. I always had it on Gwynn or a coked upMolitor or currently Ichiro and other slap-hitters.
Well, the way things are going these days, it's gonna be some spare who will never have anything other than that to hold on to forever.
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I think Laynce Nix has accomplished that feat. Brad Wilkerson too.

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I always thought Pete Incaviglia would have done it.
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Well, the way things are going these days, it's gonna be some spare who will never have anything other than that to hold on to forever.
Barry Bonds hit .370 back in 2002. Todd Helton hit .372 in 2000 with 42 homers. Some players can hit for average and power.

Ted Williams did it 3 times over his career btw with the last being in 1953.

Of active players though Albert Pujols or Joe Mauer look like they are capable. Helton, Ichiro or Vladi could also pull it off.

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Denny nailed it, showing Bill Terry as the last NL player, and Ted Williams as the last AL player. Here's some impressive numbers: 714 HR's, .342 LIFETIME! Babe Ruth...

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Barry Bonds hit .370 back in 2002. Todd Helton hit .372 in 2000 with 42 homers. Some players can hit for average and power.

Ted Williams did it 3 times over his career btw with the last being in 1953.

Of active players though Albert Pujols or Joe Mauer look like they are capable. Helton, Ichiro or Vladi could also pull it off.
BP nails it again. I didn't know he did in '53 but it didn't count b/c of his # of games played. How many would he have to play for it to be official?
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BP nails it again. I didn't know he did in '53 but it didn't count b/c of his # of games played. How many would he have to play for it to be official?
Give the guy a break, he was flying fighter planes over Korea the rest of the season

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A surprising amount of people. Too bad with pitching these days it's less likely to happen, but it would definately add to their fame level whoever did it.
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Barry Bonds hit .370 back in 2002. Todd Helton hit .372 in 2000 with 42 homers. Some players can hit for average and power.

Ted Williams did it 3 times over his career btw with the last being in 1953.

Of active players though Albert Pujols or Joe Mauer look like they are capable. Helton, Ichiro or Vladi could also pull it off.
Vlad can never hit for .400. Pujols might have a shot because he draws lots of walks. Wait 2 or 3 years before deciding on Mauer. If you want to find a guy that can do it, look for someone who can (and likes) to hit the ball opposite field and who will also get a bunt single each week. If it's going to happen again, it'll be someone like that.

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Vlad can never hit for .400. Pujols might have a shot because he draws lots of walks. Wait 2 or 3 years before deciding on Mauer. If you want to find a guy that can do it, look for someone who can (and likes) to hit the ball opposite field and who will also get a bunt single each week. If it's going to happen again, it'll be someone like that.
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