Batting Average


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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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The Double Crown has been won 123 times: 92 in home runs and runs batted in, 25 in runs batted in and batting average, but only 6 times in batting average and home runs.
However, both the U15 and U19 BA batting averages were significantly worse than those of W batsmen in every year.
The problem with batting average, though, is that the denominator, official at-bats, excludes walks, hit-by-pitch situations and sacrifice hits.
400 batting average was quite reachable, and other times when it would be impossible to reach with the same effort.
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Which major league player posted the lowest batting average while leading his league in on-base percentage?
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335 batting average and leads all of minor-league baseball with 171 hits.
California leads the Pac-10 in numerous offensive categories, including batting average (.