The record for the highest single season batting average is held by Hugh Duffy, who batted .440 in 1894.
Wilt Chamberlain has the highest single season average throughout NBA history with 50. 4 points per game average. Kobe Bryant ranks highest among the active players with 35. 4 points per game average.
.393 in 1923
Hugh Duffy of the 1894 Boston Beaneaters.
In his highest-scoring game, Abdul-Jabbar scored 61 points for his UCLA team.Other stats include:* Highest career Scoring Average: 26.4 * Most career Field Goals: 943 * Most season Points: 870 (1967) * Highest season Scoring Average: 29.0 (1967) * Most season Field Goals: 346 (1967) * Most season Free Throw Attempts: 274 (1967) * Most single game Points: 61 * Most single game field goals: 26 (vs. Washington State, 2/25/67) Just a Note: No one named Abdul-Jabbar ever played for UCLA Varsity Basketball. Lew Alcindor had a "highest-scoring game" in which he scored 61 points.It was only afterward that he changed his name to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
That would be Darren Erstad, who batted .355 in the 2000 season.
Pete Maravich, both for a single season in 1970 and for his entire career.
.385, Arky Vaughan, Pittsburgh Pirates, 1935
Rogers Hornsby who hit .380 for the 1929 Cubs.
John Olerud holds the record for highest batting average by a New York Met in a single season with .354 in 1998
Jerry Rice's highest reception total in a single season was 122 in the 1995 season for the San Francisco 49ers.
Ty Cobb with a .366 lifetime average. The single season leader is Hugh Duffy at .4397 in 1894.
Joe Mauer hit .365 in 2009, followed by Mike Piazza at .362 in 1997.
The Washington Redskins all time leading scorer is kicker Mark Moseley who played with the team from 1974-1986. He ended his Redskins career with 1,206 points. Moseley also holds the Redskins single season scoring record with 161 points in 1983.
Wayne Gretzky holds the regular season NHL goal scoring title of 92 goals in the 81-82 season.
The state that has the highest average elevation is Colorado. However Alaska is the state that has the single highest elevation at Mount McKinley.
The modern-era record for highest batting average for a season is held by Napoleon_Lajoie, who hit .426 in 1901, the first year of play for the American_League.
Single Season--George Brett-1980 (.390) Career--Wade Boggs-1982-1999 (.328)