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Walker only won three batting titles. The answer, I believe, is Bill Madlock.

Madlock won in 1975, 1976, 1981, & 1983.

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1972--Rod Carew won the batting title with an average of .318, without hitting a single home run.

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Q: Who is the only player in Major League history to win 4 National League batting titles and is not yet a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame?
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