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National League Batting Champions

Awarded annually to the player with the best batting average.

  • Abner Dalrymple

    Baseball player.

    • 1878 National League Batting Champion
  • Adrian ''Cap'' Anson (born 1852, died 1922)

    American baseball player and manager.

    • 1882-83, 1889 National League Batting Champion
  • Al Oliver

    Baseball player.

    • 1982 National League Batting Champion
  • Andres Galarraga

    Baseball player.

    • 1993 National League Batting Champion
  • J. Bentley Seymour

    Baseball player.

    • 1905 National League Batting Champion
  • Bill Madlock

    Baseball player.

    • 1975-76, 1981, 1983 National League Batting Champion
  • Bill Buckner

    Baseball player.

    • 1980 National League Batting Champion
  • Bill Terry (died 1989)

    Baseball player.

    • 1930 National League Batting Champion
  • Billy Williams

    Baseball player.

    • 1972 National League Batting Champion
  • Billy Hamilton

    Baseball player.

    • 1891 National League Batting Champion
  • Clarence ''Ginger'' Beaumont

    Baseball player.

    • 1902 National League Batting Champion
  • Carl Furillo (died 1989)

    Baseball player.

    • 1953 National League Batting Champion
  • Chick Hafey

    Baseball player.

    • 1931 National League Batting Champion
  • Chick Klein

    Baseball player.

    • 1933 National League Batting Champion
  • Clarence Algernon ''Cupid'' Childs

    Baseball player.

    • 1892 National League Batting Champion
  • Dan Brouthers

    Baseball player.

    • 1882-83, 1889 National League Batting Champion
  • Dave Parker

    Baseball player.

    • 1977-78 National League Batting Champion
  • Debs Garms

    Baseball player.

    • 1940 National League Batting Champion
  • Dick Groat

    Baseball player.

    • 1960 National League Batting Champion
  • Dixie Walker

    Baseball player.

    • 1944 National League Batting Champion
  • Ed Delahanty

    Baseball player.

    • 1899 National League Batting Champion
  • Edd Roush
    • 1917, 1919 National League Batting Champion
  • Ernie Lombardi

    Baseball player.

    • 1938, 1942 National League Batting Champion
  • Gary Sheffield

    Baseball player.

    • 1992 National League Batting Champion
  • Hal Chase

    Baseball player.

    • 1916 National League Batting Champion
  • Harry Walker

    Baseball player.

    • 1947 National League Batting Champion
  • Heinie Zimmerman

    Baseball player.

    • 1912 National League Batting Champion
  • Henry ''Hank'' Aaron (born 1934)

    American professional baseball player; holder of the record for most home runs (755).

    • 1956, 1959 National League Batting Champion
  • John Peter ''Honus'' Wagner

    Baseball player.

    • 1900, 1903-04, 1906-09, 1911 National League Batting Champion
  • Hugh Duffy

    Baseball player.

    • 1893-94 National League Batting Champion
  • Jack Glasscock

    Baseball player.

    • 1890 National League Batting Champion
  • Jackie Robinson (born 1919, died 1972)

    The first African-American to play on a major-league baseball team.

    • 1949 National League Batting Champion
  • Jake Daubert

    Baseball player.

    • 1913-14 National League Batting Champion
  • James White

    Baseball player.

    • 1877 National League Batting Champion
  • Jesse C. Burkett

    Baseball player.

    • 1985-96 National League Batting Champion
  • Jim O'Rourke

    Baseball player.

    • 1884 National League Batting Champion
  • Joe Medwick

    Baseball player.

    • 1937 National League Batting Champion
  • Joe Torre

    Baseball player.

    • 1971 National League Batting Champion
  • Johnny Mize

    Baseball player.

    • 1939 National League Batting Champion
  • Joseph Floyd ''Arky'' Vaughan

    American baseball player. His nickname is a short form of the name of his birth state, Arkansas.

    • 1935 National League Batting Champion
  • Larry Doyle

    Baseball player.

    • 1915 National League Batting Champion
  • Lefty O'Doul

    Baseball player.

    • 1929, 1932 National League Batting Champion
  • Matty Alou

    Baseball player.

    • 1966 National League Batting Champion
  • Mike Kelly

    Baseball player.

    • 1886 National League Batting Champion
  • Paul Waner

    Baseball player.

    • 1927, 1934, 1936 National League Batting Champion
  • Pete Reiser

    Baseball player.

    • 1941 National League Batting Champion
  • Phil Cavarretta

    Baseball player.

    • 1945 National League Batting Champion
  • Ralph Garr

    Baseball player.

    • 1974 National League Batting Champion
  • Richie Ashburn

    Baseball player.

    • 1955, 1958 National League Batting Champion
  • Rico Carty

    Baseball player.

    • 1970 National League Batting Champion
  • Roberto Clemente

    Baseball player.

    • 1961, 1964-65, 1967 National League Batting Champion
  • Roger Connor

    Baseball player.

    • 1885 National League Batting Champion
  • Rogers Hornsby

    Baseball player.

    • 1920-25, 1928 National League Batting Champion
  • Roscoe Barnes

    Baseball player.

    • 1876 National League Batting Champion
  • Sherwood Magee

    Baseball player.

    • 1910 National League Batting Champion
  • Terry Pendleton

    Baseball player.

    • 1991 National League Batting Champion
  • Tim Raines

    Baseball player.

    • 1986 National League Batting Champion
  • Tommy Davis

    Baseball player.

    • 1962-63 National League Batting Champion
  • Tony Gwynn

    Baseball player.

    • 1984, 1987-89, 1994-97 National League Batting Champion
  • Willie McGee

    Baseball player.

    • 1985, 1990 National League Batting Champion
  • Willie Keeler

    Baseball player.

    • 1897-98 National League Batting Champion
  • Willie Mays

    American baseball player.

    • 1954 National League Batting Champion
  • Zack Wheat

    Baseball player.

    • 1918 National League Batting Champion
  • Pete Rose (born 1941)

    American baseball player and manager. Banned from the game in 1989 for betting.

    • 1968-69, 1973 National League Batting Champion
  • Keith Hernandez (born 1953)

    Baseball player.

    • 1979 National League Batting Champion
  • Stan Musial (born 1920)

    American baseball pitcher.

    • 1943, 1946, 1948, 1950-52, 1957 National League Batting Champion

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