Tony Armas of the Red Sox had the lowest batting average for an RBI leader. He had 107 RBIs and a .218 batting average.
Ty Cobb's lowest full season batting average was .324 in 1908. The 21 year old's average was still good enough for his second straight batting title. He also led the league for the second straight time in RBI (108), hits (188), slugging (.475), and OPS (.842). He also led the league in doubles (36) and triples (20).
Stan Musial had a career low of .255 batting average in the 1963 season.
Chipper Jones won the 2008 National League Batting title with a .364 batting average, and Joe Mauerwon the 2008 American League batting title with a .328 batting Average.
Chipper Jones won the 2008 National League Batting title with a .364 batting average, and Joe Mauer won the 2008 American League batting title with a .328 batting Average.
The lowest average league bowler to bowl a 300 was Diane Ponza, whose average was 112 when she shot a 300 game during the 1977-1978 season of sanctioned bowling.
1910 Chicago White Sox
In his second season with the New York Yankees, O'Neill won the American League batting title with a .359 average.
Major League Baseball's average salary is $3.39 million dollars. The Los Angeles Dodgers have the lowest paying salary average in the league.
Derrek Lee of the Chicago Cubs won with a .335 batting average.
George Brett of the Kansas City Royals of the American League is the only Major League Baseball (MLB) player to win a batting title in three (3) different decades, doing so by earning the batting title in 1976 with a season batting average of .333, in 1980 with a season batting average of .390, and 1990 with a season batting average of .329. George Brett ended his 21-year MLB career on October 3, 1993 with a career batting average of .305.