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American League Batting Champions

Awarded annually to the player with the best batting average.

  • Al Simmons

    Baseball player.

    • 1930-31 American League Batting Champion
  • Al Kaline

    Baseball player.

    • 1955 American League Batting Champion
  • Alex Johnson

    Baseball player.

    • 1970 American League Batting Champion
  • Billy Goodman

    Baseball player.

    • 1950 American League Batting Champion
  • Bobby Avila

    Baseball player.

    • 1954 American League Batting Champion
  • Buddy Myer

    Baseball player.

    • 1935 American League Batting Champion
  • Carl ''Yaz'' Yastrzemski

    American baseball player.

    • 1963, 1967-68 American League Batting Champion
  • Carney Lansford

    Baseball player.

    • 1981 American League Batting Champion
  • Charlie Gehringer

    Baseball player.

    • 1937 American League Batting Champion
  • Dale Alexander

    Baseball player.

    • 1932 American League Batting Champion
  • Don Mattingly

    Baseball player.

    • 1984 American League Batting Champion
  • Ed Delahanty

    Baseball player.

    • 1902 American League Batting Champion
  • Edgar Martinez

    Baseball player.

    • 1992, 1995 American League Batting Champion
  • Elmer H. Flick

    Baseball player.

    • 1905 American League Batting Champion
  • Ferris Fain

    Baseball player.

    • 1951-52 American League Batting Champion
  • Frank Thomas

    Baseball player.

    • 1997 American League Batting Champion
  • Fred Lynn

    American baseball player.

    • 1979 American League Batting Champion
  • George Kell

    Baseball player.

    • 1949 American League Batting Champion
  • George Stone

    Baseball player.

    • 1906 American League Batting Champion
  • George Sisler

    Baseball player.

    • 1920, 1922 American League Batting Champion
  • George ''Babe'' Ruth (born 1895, died 1948)

    Perhaps the most famous baseball player of all time.

    • 1924 American League Batting Champion
  • Leon Allen ''Goose'' Goslin (born 1900, died 1971)

    Baseball player.

    • 1928 American League Batting Champion
  • Harry Heilmann

    Baseball player.

    • 1921, 1923, 1925, 1927 American League Batting Champion
  • Harvey Kuenn

    Baseball player.

    • 1959 American League Batting Champion
  • Hnery Manush

    Baseball player.

    • 1926 American League Batting Champion
  • Jimmie Foxx

    Baseball player.

    • 1933, 1938 American League Batting Champion
  • John Olerud

    Baseball player.

    • 1993 American League Batting Champion
  • Julio Franco

    Baseball player.

    • 1991 American League Batting Champion
  • Kirby Puckett

    Baseball player.

    • 1989 American League Batting Champion
  • Lew Fonseca

    Baseball player.

    • 1929 American League Batting Champion
  • Lou Gehrig (born 1903, died 1941)

    Baseball player who set a record for consecutive games played (2,130) that stood for more than 50 years. Gehrig was struck down in his prime by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a rare disease now more commonly known as Lou Gherig's Disease.

    • 1934 American League Batting Champion
  • Lou Boudreau

    Baseball player.

    • 1944 American League Batting Champion
  • Luke Appling

    Baseball player.

    • 1936, 1943 American League Batting Champion
  • Mickey Vernon

    Baseball player.

    • 1946, 1953 American League Batting Champion
  • Mickey Mantle

    American baseball player.

    • 1956 American League Batting Champion
  • Nap Lajoie

    Baseball player.

    • 1901, 1903-04 American League Batting Champion
  • Norm Cash

    Baseball player.

    • 1961 American League Batting Champion
  • Paul O'Neill

    Baseball player.

    • 1994 American League Batting Champion
  • Pete Runnels

    Baseball player.

    • 1960, 1962 American League Batting Champion
  • Ted Williams

    American baseball player and manager known as ''the Splendid Splinter'' for his batting prowess.

    • 1941-41, 1947-48, 1957-58 American League Batting Champion
  • Tony Oliva

    Baseball player.

    • 1964-65, 1971 American League Batting Champion
  • Tris Speaker

    Baseball player.

    • 1916 American League Batting Champion
  • Ty Cobb (born 1886, died 1961)

    Legendary baseball player and manager known as the

    • 1907-15, 1917-19 American League Batting Champion
  • Wade Boggs

    Baseball player.

    • 1983, 1985-88 American League Batting Champion
  • Willie Wilson

    Baseball player.

    • 1982 American League Batting Champion
  • George Brett (born 1953)

    American baseball player.

    • 1976, 1980, 1990 American League Batting Champion
  • Rod Carew (born 1945)

    Baseball player.

    • 1969, 1972-75, 1977-78 American League Batting Champion
  • Joe DiMaggio (born 1914, died 1999)

    ''Joltin' Joe,'' one of baseball's most loved and respected figures.

    • 1939-40 American League Batting Champion
  • Alex Rodriguez

    Baseball player.

    • 1996 American League batting champion

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