09-25-2012, 12:03 PM #41
Will someone who knows how to look this up more quickly than I do please post how many hitters have led their league in Batting Average & Home Runs in the same season since 1967?
To me the RBIs tend to go along with the other two stats -- and depend a lot on the quality of teammates but I just wondered if there are hitters in the last 45 years who missed the Triple Crown just because of RBIs?
09-25-2012, 12:23 PM #42
09-25-2012, 01:55 PM #43
WAR, What is it good for?
Absolutely nothing. Say it again, y'all.
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Matt Kemp 2011 - 3rd BA, 1st HR
Miguel Cabrera 2011 - 1st BA, 10th HR
Josh Hamilton 2010 - 1st BA, 5th HR
Carlos Gonzalez 2010 - 1st BA, 4th HR
Albert Pujols 2010 - 6th BA, 1st HR
Albert Pujols 2009 - 3rd BA, 1st HR
Magglio Ordonez 2007 - 1st BA, 7th HR
Matt Holliday 2007 - 1st BA, 4th HR
Ryan Howard 2006 - 9th BA, 1st HR
Alex Rodriguez 2005 - 2nd BA, 1st HR
Derrek Lee 2005 - 1st BA, 2nd HR
Barry Bonds 2004 - 1st BA, 2nd HR
Adrian Beltre 2004 - 4th BA, 1st HR
Albert Pujols 2003 - 1st BA, 4th HR
Barry Bonds 2002 - 1st BA, 4th HR
Manny Ramirez 2002 - 1st BA, 9th HR
Barry Bonds 2001 - 7th BA, 1st HR
Alex Rodriguez 2001 - 7th BA, 1st HR
Larry Walker 2001 - 1st BA, 9th HR
Larry Walker 1999 - 1st BA, 10th HR
Larry Walker 1997 - 2nd BA, 1st HR
Frank Thomas 1997 - 1st BA, 7th HR
Dante Bichette 1995 - 3rd BA, 1st HR
Albert Belle 1995 - 8th BA, 1st HR
Ken Griffey, Jr. 1994 - 9th BA, 1st HR
Barry Bonds 1993 - 4th BA, 1st HR
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