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Highest Baltimore Oriole batting average ever?

For the current team that has played in Baltimore since 1954, that is .340 by Melvin Mora in 2004. Cal Ripken Jr. also hit .340 in 1999 but did not have enough at bats to qualify for the batting title.For the entire franchise history, it is .420 by George Sisler in 1922 when the team was located in St. Louis and known as the Browns.

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Howie Pollet did not play for the Pittsburgh Pirates (then known as the Pittsburgh Alleghenys) in 1951. He did play for the Pirates in the 1940s, but his most notable season came in 1946 when he went 21-10 with a 2.10 ERA as a pitcher. Pollet was not known for his batting abilities.

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Alfred Wegener is not known to have won any awards during his lifetime. However, the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research in Bremerhaven, Germany, was established in 1980 his honor.

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