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.366 lifetime batting average
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.366 lifetime batting average

Ty Cobb

Since Cobb retired after the 1928 season, there have been only 46 seasons in which a hitter reached .366, and only one hitter (Tony Gwynn) ever did it at least four times. Gwynn's lifetime average? .338, nowhere near Cobb's mark.

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