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Batting Average

A slang term in business for one's success rate. For example, a salesman making cold calls has a solid batting average if half of his potential clients agree to purchase his products. The term is derived from baseball.
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In 2008, he showed off his versatility by winning his first Gold Glove Award, but still impressed at the plate becoming the first American League catcher to win the batting title twice, leading the AL with an average of .
24) Was the first African-American to win an American League batting title.
I don't care if it's in the Japanese League or the Persian League, if you win seven batting titles, you know what you're doing.
Despite the injuries, Cabrera became the first right-handed hitter to win three straight batting titles in either league since Rogers Hornsby, who won batting titles from 1920-25.
Gwynn has earned 15 All-Star appearances and won 8 batting titles.
350 or more in five consecutive seasons, won eight National League batting titles and five Gold Glove Awards, made 15 all-star appearances, and has hit .
Buck was a smooth-fielding first baseman who twice won Negro Leagues batting titles and then became a pennant-winning manager of the Kansas City Monarchs.
283 in the minors for four seasons, it'd be too much to expect Perez to keep up last season's pace and challenge Mauer for batting titles, but if he can even out around .
special appearances will be made by: * Tony Gwynn (Padres), 8 batting titles, 5x Gold Glove winner and 15x All-Star * Phil Niekro (Braves, Yankees, Indians), Hall of Fame Pitcher and 5x All-Star * Jim Fregosi, (Angels, Mets, Pirates), Gold Glove winner and 6x All-Star * Paul Blair (Orioles, Yankees), 8x Gold Glove winner and 2x All-Star * Aaron Cook (Rockies), ranked among Rockies leaders in wins, innings & starts WHAT: Each day at FanFest, a different All-Star host will make an appearance at the DVT Blood Clots: Know The Stats.
He's had five 200-hit seasons, won five Gold Glove Awards and won eight NL batting titles, which ties him for the NL record with Honus Wagner, trailing only Cobb's 12.
ASICS Corporation Japan welcomes, Ichiro Suzuki, who is known (in Japan) for winning seven consecutive batting titles from 1994-2000 and is currently playing for the Seattle Mariners.