Answer: Cleon Jones
in 1939 Joe DiMaggio led the American league in batting with a .381 average.
In 2005 Derrek Lee led the National League in batting with a .335 average, and Michael Young led the American League with a .331 average.
Jimmie Foxx won the 1938 American League batting title with a .349 batting Average.
Joe DiMaggio won the 1939 American League batting title with a .381 batting Average.
in 2007 Jim Thome led the Chicago White Sox in batting with a .275 average.
In 2009 Joe Mauer led the American League in batting with a .365 average
Detroit Tigers outfielder Magglio Ordonez led the American League in batting average in 2007 at .363. The Colorado Rockies's Matt Holliday led the National League at .340.
In 1968, Carl Yastrzemski led the American League with a .301 average.
Johan Santana led the New York Mets in strikeouts with 146.
For an MLB batting title, yes. In 1907, Cobb led the AL and Wagner led the NL with averages of .350. When not rounding the number of decimal points in the batting average Cobb had the better average. Cobb had 212 hits in 605 at bats for a .3504 average and Wagner had 180 hits in 515 at bats for a .3495 batting average which rounds to .350.
Mike Piazza with 38.