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For the Major Leagues, it was Ty Cobb. His lifetime average is officially .367, but actually .366. Long after Cobb's record totals of 4,191 hits and .367 average were immortalized on his Hall of Fame plaque and in Baseball fans' memories, it was discovered that a 1910 game in which Cobb went 2 for 3 was double counted in the season stats. The commissioner ruled that the .367 and 4,191 numbers would remain the official numbers, but many statistical works record the more accurate numbers of .366 and 4,189. # Ty Cobb (officially, though inaccurately) .367 (.36636) # Rogers Hornsby .358 (.35850) # Joe Jackson .356 (.35575) # Pete Browning .349 (.34892) # Ed Delahanty .346 (.34590)

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