|South Jersey Baseball History:
The Hitting Machines
Friday, August 11, 2000
By Charlie Schick
When one talks about the great major league hitters and their single season fantastic batting averages, names like Rogers Hornsby (.424), George Sisler (.420), Ty Cobb (.420) and Ted Williams (.406) always come to the forefront. Rightly so however, because these great hitters of the past are among only eight big leaguers to hit over .400 in this century.
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