Who has the 3rd highest batting average in 2011?

Who has the 3rd highest batting average in 2011?

MLB Season History – 2011

BATTING AVERAGE
1. Miguel Cabrera .344
2. Michael Young .338
3. Adrian Gonzalez .338
4. Jose Reyes .337

Who has the third highest batting average?

MLB Career Batting Leaders

MLB Career Batting Leaders – Batting Average
PLAYER BA
1 Ty Cobb .366
2 Rogers Hornsby .358
3 Joe Jackson .356

Who has the highest batting average in 2012?

Melky Cabrera. .346.

  • Joey Votto. .337.
  • Buster Posey. .336.
  • Miguel Cabrera. .330.
  • Andrew McCutchen.
  • Who hit the most home runs in 2011?

    Braun • MIL. .597.

  • Kemp • LAD. .586.
  • Cabrera • DET. .586.
  • Fielder • MIL. .566.
  • Beltre • TEX. .561.
  • Ortiz • BOS. .554.
  • Granderson • NYY. .552.
  • Ellsbury • BOS. .552.
  • Is .333 a good batting average?

    A seasonal batting average of . 333 is considered “excellent”. That’s 3 hits for every 9 at bats. Most players who win the batting title have a batting average of .

    Who won the batting title in 2012?

    catcher Buster Posey
    Thanks to some timely hitting and a timely suspension to teammate Melky Cabrera, San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey has won the National League batting crown with a final average of . 336 after going 0-for-2 against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday.

    Who lead the National League in saves in 2011?

    Kimbrel had a National League leading 46 saves this year. Even though he is just 22 years old, Madison Bumgarner has shown that he deserves to be in the majors over the past year and a half. He finished in the top ten of both ERA and K/BB ratio in 2011 and he has a bright future ahead of him.