yes, and he was easily the best baseball player ever.
.366-.367 by ty cobb
.366 average by Ty Cobb
Yes ... Ty Cobb was player/manager of the Detroit Tigers from 1921-1926 and had a 6 year record of 479-444.
The Ty Cobb for whom the stadium is named is not the famous baseball player. He was a local football coach given that nickname.
Babe Ruth!!!! ------------------------------------------------- There is some debate on that. Many consider Ty Cobb the greatest ever. There is little dispute however that both Ruth and Cobb are 2 of the greatest.
Ty Cobb Actually, Ted Williams has the best batting average.
NFL player Ty Powell played for Harding.
Ty Cobb, Pete Rose, Ted Williams, Joe DiMaggio
Ty Cobb wasn't drafted. The first MLB draft was in the 1960's. Back when Cobb played the team scouted the player play ball where ever he did. Then they talked to the player, then if they agree on the deal the team makes with him the team pays the player and the player plays for that team now. So that's what happened with Cobb.
NBA player Ty Lawson played for North Carolina.
NFL player Ty Nsekhe played for Texas State.
NFL player Ty Zimmerman played for Kansas State.
NFL player Ty Powell weighs 249 pounds.
NFL player Ty Nsekhe weighs 325 pounds.
NFL player Ty Zimmerman weighs 204 pounds.
No. Ty Cobb was an outfielder and not a pitcher.
NHL player Ty Rattie is 6'-01''.
NFL player Ty Nsekhe is 6'-08''.
NFL player Ty Zimmerman is 6'-01''.
NFL player Ty Powell is 6'-02''.
NBA player Ty Lawson weighs 195 pounds.
NHL player Ty Rattie shoots right.