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Triple threat

Blue Jays' Delgado making run at Triple Crown

Latest: Thursday September 28, 2000 05:51 AM

Toronto first baseman Carlos Delgado has a chance to be baseball's first triple-crown winner in 33 years. Follow his chase of the batting average, home run and RBI titles here.

Batting Average | Home Runs | RBIs | Triple Crown Winners

Batting Average

.369
Nomar Garciaparra
SS, Boston Red Sox
Last game: 9/27 vs. CHW
1-for-4

.356
Darin Erstad
LF, Anaheim Angels
Last game: 9/27 vs. OAK
4-for-5

.348 (4th)
Carlos Delgado
1B, Toronto Blue Jays
Last game: 9/27 vs. BAL
0-for-2
Note: Cleveland OF Manny Ramirez is third at .350.
  • AL Batting Average Leaders
  •  

    Home Runs

    44
    Troy Glaus
    3B, Anaheim Angels
    Last HR: 9/24 vs. TEX

    42
    Frank Thomas
    1B, Chicago White Sox
    Last HR: 9/11 vs. DET

    41
    Carlos Delgado
    1B, Toronto Blue Jays
    Last HR: 9/21 vs. NYY
  • AL Home Run Leaders
  •  

    RBIs

    142
    Frank Thomas
    1B, Chicago White Sox
    Last game: 9/27 vs. BOS
    0 RBI

    142
    Mike Sweeney
    1B, Kansas City Royals
    Last game: 9/27 vs. DET
    1 RBI

    137 (4th)
    Carlos Delgado
    1B, Toronto Blue Jays
    Last game: 9/27 vs. BAL
    0 RBI
    Note: Seattle DH Edgar Martinez is third with 140 RBIs
  • AL RBI Leaders
  •  

    Triple Crown Winners
    Player  Team  Year  Avg  HR  RBIs 
    Nap Lajoie  Athletics  1901  .422  14  125 
    Ty Cobb  Tigers  1909  .377  115 
    Heinie Zimmerman  Cubs  1912  .372  14  98 
    Rogers Hornsby  Cardinals  1922  .401  42  152 
    Rogers Hornsby  Cardinals  1925  .403  39  143 
    Chuck Klein  Phillies  1933  .368  28  120 
    Jimmie Foxx  Athletics  1933  .356  48  163 
    Lou Gehrig  Yankees  1934  .363  49  165 
    Joe Medwick  Cardinals  1937  .374  31  154 
    Ted Williams  Red Sox  1942  .356  36  137 
    Ted Williams  Red Sox  1947  .343  32  114 
    Mickey Mantle  Yankees  1956  .353  52  130 
    Frank Robinson  Orioles  1966  .316  49  122 
    Carl Yastrzemski  Red Sox  1967  .326  44  121 
     

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