Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox who hit .406 in 1941. Williams was proud of this feat but to the surprise of many baseball fans he said that playing in Fenway Park helped allot.
Ted Williams hit .406 in 1941. However, some people say the last .400 hitter was Artie Wilson of the Negro leagues' Birmingham Black Baron. Wilson hit .402 in 1948.
ty cobbCorrect answer:Ty Cobb last hit .400 in 1922, George Sisler and Roger Hornsby also hit .400 that year. The last player to hit .400 was Ted Williams in 1941 with a .406 average
If you'd like to see a list of all-time batting average leaders, go to http://www.baseball-almanac.com/hitting/hibavg2.shtml. You can see that the .400 average has been surpassed about 33 times in the major leagues.
No player has ever hit 400 home runs in a single season. The record is 73 set by Barry Bonds in 2001.
I don't know but I think its 400 altogether unless they make more transfers from other leagues
The applicable mass of a person that weighs 400 N is 40.8kg
Bleach 400 has not come out yet so no
The last prime before 400 is 397.The prime factorization of 400 is 2x2x2x2x5x5.
The Last Dickens has 400 pages.
The Last Coyote has 400 pages.
The last 400 meters.