Ted Williams, with 145 RBIs in his rookie year, holds the record.
Ted Williams had a career batting average of .344, 521 home runs and 1,839 RBIs
Ted Williams won the Triple Crown twice. In 1942 Williams hit .356, with 36 home runs, and 137 RBIs, and in 1942 he hit .343, with 32 home runs, and 114 RBIs.
Ted Williams had a career batting average of .344, 521 home runs, and 1,839 RBIs.
The MLB rookie record for RBIs is 145 set by Hall of Famer Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox in 1939.
17 career ... the most in a season was 3 in 1955.
As of the 2008 season, the last five batters to win a triple crown have played in the American League: 1967 - Carl Yastremski, Boston Red Sox, 44 HRs, 121 RBIs, .326 BA 1966 - Frank Robinson, Baltimore Orioles, 49 HRs, 122 RBIS, .316 BA 1956 - Mickey Mantle, New York Yankees, 52 HRs, 130 RBIs, .353 BA 1947 - Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox, 32 HRs, 114 RBIs, .343 BA 1942 - Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox, 36 HRs, 137 RBIs, .356 BA
Ted Williams broke into the Major Leagues with the Boston Red Sox in 1939. It was not his best year though.
Ted Williams still holds the record as the last Major League player to hit .400 in a season. In 1941, he ended the season with a .406. No one has hit .400 since.
Ted Williams guns were sold by Sears. Most date from the 60s and 70s.
Ted Williams got 193 hits in 1940 and got 194 hits in 1949. Thanks for reading and remember to route for the Red Sox.
williams Ted Williams is the career grand slam leader for the Red Sox with 17. The single season grand slam leader for the Red Sox is Babe Ruth who hit 4 in 1919.
Single season: Ted Williams, 1957: 33 Career: Carl Yastrzemski, 190
He was the last ball player to bat .400 for an entire season, the mark was .406.
Ted Williams was quoted several times as saying hitting a baseball was the single most difficult thing to do in sports.
Not very much. "Ted Williams" was Sears' private-label sporting goods brand. There were Ted Williams baseball articles, Ted Williams tents, even Ted Williams outboard motors. This stuff was very popular and sold in the millions. The good part is, Ted didn't endorse junk. Ted Williams sporting goods were high quality and reliable.
One Post Season apperanceBack in the day baseball did not have a play-off format during the post season. If your team won the pennant (finishing in first place in your league - no divisions) you went straight to the World Series. Ted Williams Post season average consistof one World Series trip. In the 1946 World Series Ted Williams had 25 at bats with 5 hits for a .200 bating average with 0 home runs, and 1 RBI.