Baseball's hottest hitters
Brief biographies of eight baseball players noted for their high batting averages. Included are Rod Carew, Pete Rose, Steve Garvey, Al Oliver, Fred Lynn, Dave Parker, Keith Hernandez, and George Brett.
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1975 World Series 20 home runs All-Star game American League athlete base runners baseball's batter batting average batting title began Boston broke California Angels Cardinals catcher championship chance Charlie Hustle Cincinnati Reds Dave Parker Dave's Despite Dodgers double play fans fastball final game finished football Fred Lynn game's George Brett Golden Glove high school hitter in baseball injuries Kansas City Keith Hernandez league pitching League record League's Most Valuable led the league left fielder left-handed line drives lineup major league mark McRae midseason Montreal Expos moved National League never Oliver outfield Pete Rose Pittsburgh plate play-offs pounded RBI's Red Sox Reggie Jackson right field Rod Carew Rookie Royals runs batted runs scored School IMC scouts season second base second baseman singles hitter Steve Garvey straight games streak swing team's teammates third base throw top hitter Tulsa Twins Valuable Player Award Willie Stargell Yankees