in baseball it is Joe Mauer
The last batter to hit over .400 was Ted Williams.
2010 - Josh Hamilton of the Texas Rangers a batting average of .359
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
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Every hitter who has opened the season going 1 for 1, 1 for 2, 2 for 3, 2 for 5, 4 for 10 and so on can claim to have hit .400 IN a season. Batting titles FOR a season are based on a minimum number of at bats. Ted Williams holds the distinction of being the last Major League Player to do so having hit .406 average (185 for 456) in 1941.
Lance Franklin in 2009 was the last player to score 100 goals in an AFL season
From March to October.
Book - Elias Sports Bureau Record Book Website - Baseball-reference.com
Through the 2009 season, that was Bernie Williams with .339 in the 1998 season.
On Sunday, October 4, Texas @ Seattle and Rockies @ Dodgers are the last scheduled games of the season, starting at 4:10 PM.