Walker only won three batting titles. The answer, I believe, is Bill Madlock.
Madlock won in 1975, 1976, 1981, & 1983.
1972--Rod Carew won the batting title with an average of .318, without hitting a single home run.
.262 The American League's average was .266 and the National League's average was .258.
Rogers Hornsby of the Boston Braves with a .387 average.
Rogers Hornsby of the Boston Braves won the NL batting title in 1928 with a .387 average.
According to Baseball Reference, through games played on June 19, 2008 the National League batting average was .259 and the American League batting average was .263. The National All-time average is .260.
That has happened twice in National Hockey League history and once in Major League Baseball history but never in National Basketball Association history.
1957 Stan Musial Baseball National League batting champion
The National Basketball Association does not have a batting champion..it is a basketball league.
In the National League, pitchers will be in the batting line-up. In the American League, the pitcher's batting position is taken by the Designated Hitter (DH) who is ineligible to play any field position.
the national league grew from the first pro league the national association by Chicago owner William Hubert because of general disorganization Click on the 'History of the National League' link on this page to read about the history of the NL.
No, Both American and National league baseball games are 9 innings long
In baseball history, only three full-time catchers have won batting titles. In the National League, Cincinnati's Eugene "Bubbles" Hargrave won it in 1926. The Reds' Ernie Lombardi won it in 1938 and 1942. Mauer is the only American League backstop to win a batting title, coming out on top in 2006, 2008 and 2009.