No player ever won an National Collegiate Athletic Association scoring title, American Basketball Association scoring title, and National Basketball Association scoring title. ABA (1967-1976) scoring title winners were Connie Hawkins, Larry Jones, Spencer Haywood, Dan Issel, Charlie Scott, Julius Erving (three times), and George McGinnis. None of those players ever won a scoring title in the NBA.
To qualify for a batting title, a player must have 502 plate appearances in a season. Through games played on May 30, Mauer has 122 and the Twins have 111 games left in the season. Barring injury, he should have no problem getting the remaining 380 plate appearances he needs to qualify.
Depends on what you are scoring, a general scoring tool could be a razor knife. I use a razor for scoring drywall. EX- for title there is a title scoring tool and so on.
Yes he did he was one of the first defenseman in history to win a NHL scoring title.
Jaromir Jagr in 2001
I'm not sure but i think it's Allen Iverson pch answer: Nate Archibald
Simply by leading the league with kickoff yards per average.
The Boston Celtics
Kevin Durant - 30.1
Actually, no UK basketball player was in 4 NCAA title games. With NCAA championship title finishes in 1948, 1949, 1951, 1958, 1978, 1996, 1998, and 2012, and NCAA runner-up finishes in 1966, 1975, and 1997, UK hasn't been to 4 consecutive title games.
To qualify for the batting title, a major league player needs 3.1 plate appearances per game played. In a standard 162 game season, that comes out to 502 plate appearances. For a pitcher to qualify to the ERA title he needs one inning per game played.
The salvage title has to do with obtaining a loan on the car. However, I would disclose it.
No his senior year Adam Morrison edged him out.
yes they do
"At least 502 official at bats are needed to qualify for a batting title. MLB uses a calculation of (number of games * 3.1) to determine the number. Since a full major season consists of 162 games, 162 multiplied by 3.1 equals 502." This is incorrect. MLB requires this many Plate Appearances to qualify, not at bats. A player could theoretically go 1-1, then get 501 walks, hit by pitches, and sacrifices to qualify. The correct answer for minimum AT BATS, to qualify: is 1. Even taking aside the semantics of PAs vs ABs, a player can still win the batting title with fewer than 502 PAs. If his average is high enough, that theoretically adding on extra outs till he would reach 502 and STILL be highest, he can still win it. [Or any other PA based stat like OBP, SLG, OPS]
There is no other title.
I believe it was Crosby or Gretzky correct me if i am wrong.
You don't. Names, titles, and common words/phrases do not qualify for copyright protection. They may however, under certain circumstances, qualify as trademarks.
For a pitcher to qualify for an earned runs average or wins title in the MLB he must have a minimum of 1.0 innings pitched per game. Therefore he must have a minimum of 162.0 innings pitched for the season