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Batting Average

Ty Cobb has the highest batting average, with a .366 bating average.

It can because players will beat out infield grounders for singles which will raise the player's batting average and, in turn, raise the team's batting average.

You take the number of base hits and divide it by the number of at bats, then, you have the batting average! Example: 5 hits out of 11 at bats. 5 divided by 11 equals a .454 batting average.

Through August 12, 2016, Alex Rodriguez had a career batting average of .295.

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Batting Average

267

It means you have hit 1 out of every 2 balls thrown at you.

It makes the batting average lower.

It means you have hit 1 out of every 2 balls thrown at you.

its the batting average of the players the pitcher pitched against

Sir Donald Bradman has the highest career batting average in Test cricket. His batting average is 99.94

The highest batting average a player can have is 1.000, which would mean that he would have a hit every time he is at bat. Of course, this wouldn't count the times the batter may have been walked, since walks aren't considered "at-bats" and don't reflect upon his batting average.

I think you mean 99.94. It was Sir Donald Bradman.

Prince Fielder's 2009 batting average was .299 His career average is .284

Ty Cobb with a .366 batting average

265 batting average.

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