National League Batting Champions

Year Player, team Avg.
1876 Roscoe Barnes, Chicago .404
1877 Jim White, Boston .385
1878 Abner Dalrymple, Milwaukee .356
1879 Cap Anson, Chicago .407
1880 George Gore, Chicago .365
1881 Cap Anson, Chicago .399
1882 Dan Brouthers, Buffalo .367
1883 Dan Brouthers, Buffalo .371
1884 James O'Rourke, Buffalo .350
1885 Roger Connor, New York.371
1886 King Kelly, Chicago .388
1887 Cap Anson, Chicago .421
1888 Cap Anson, Chicago .343
1889 Dan Brouthers, Boston .373
1890 John Glasscock, New York.336
1891 William Hamilton, Philadelphia .338
1892 Dan Brouthers, Brooklyn; Clarence Childs, Cleveland .335
1893 Hugh Duffy, Boston .378
1894 Hugh Duffy, Boston .438
1895 Jesse Burkett, Cleveland .423
1896 Jesse Burkett, Cleveland .410
1897 Willie Keeler, Baltimore .432
1898 Willie Keeler, Baltimore .379
1899 Ed Delahanty, Philadelphia .408
1900 Honus Wagner, Pittsburgh .381
1901 Jesse Burkett, St. Louis .382
1902 Clarence Beaumont, Pittsburgh .357
1903 Honus Wagner, Pittsburgh .355
1904 Honus Wagner, Pittsburgh .349
1905 Cy Seymour, Cincinnati .377
1906 Honus Wagner, Pittsburgh .339
1907 Honus Wagner, Pittsburgh .350
1908 Honus Wagner, Pittsburgh .354
1909 Honus Wagner, Pittsburgh .339
1910 Sherwood Magee, Philadelphia .331
1911 Honus Wagner, Pittsburgh .334
1912 Henry Zimmerman, Chicago .372
1913 Jake Daubert, Brooklyn .350
1914 Jake Daubert, Brooklyn .329
1915 Larry Doyle, New York .320
1916 Hal Chase, Cincinnati .339
1917 Edd Roush, Cincinnati .341
1918 Zack Wheat, Brooklyn .335
1919 Edd Roush, Cincinnati .321
1920 Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis .370
1921 Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis .397
1922 Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis .401
1923 Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis .384
1924 Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis .424
1925 Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis .403
1926 Gene Hargrave, Cincinnati .353
1927 Paul Waner; Pittsburgh .380
1928 Rogers Hornsby, Boston .387
1929 Lefty O'Doul, Philadelphia .398
1930 Bill Terry, New York .401
1931 Chick Hafey, St. Louis .349
1932 Lefty O'Doul, Brooklyn .368
1933 Chuck Klein, Philadelphia .368
1934 Paul Waner, Pittsburgh .362
1935 Arky Vaughan, Pittsburgh .385
1936 Paul Waner, Pittsburgh .373
1937 Joe Medwick, St. Louis .374
1938 Ernie Lombardi, Cincinnati .342
1939 John Mize, St. Louis .349
1940 Debs Garms, Pittsburgh .355
1941 Pete Reiser, Brooklyn .343
1942 Ernie Lombardi, Boston .330
1943 Stan Musial, St. Louis .357
1944 Dixie Walker, Brooklyn .357
1945 Phil Cavarretta, Chicago .355
1946 Stan Musial, St. Louis .365
1947 Harry Walker, St. Louis-Philadelphia .363
1948 Stan Musial, St. Louis .376
1949 Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn .342
1950 Stan Musial, St. Louis .346
1951 Stan Musial, St. Louis .355
1952 Stan Musial, St. Louis .336
1953 Carl Furillo, Brooklyn .344
1954 Willie Mays, New York.345
1955 Richie Ashburn, Philadelphia .338
1956 Hank Aaron, Milwaukee .328
1957 Stan Musial, St. Louis .351
1958 Richie Ashburn, Philadelphia .350
1959 Hank Aaron, Milwaukee .355
1960 Dick Groat, Pittsburgh .325
1961 Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh .351
1962 Tommy Davis, Los Angeles .346
1963 Tommy Davis, Los Angeles .326
1964 Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh .339
1965 Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh .329
1966 Matty Alou, Pittsburgh .342
1967 Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh .357
1968 Pete Rose, Cincinnati .335
1969 Pete Rose, Cincinnati .348
1970 Rico Carty, Atlanta .366
1971 Joe Torre, St. Louis .363
1972 Billy Williams, Chicago .333
1973 Pete Rose, Cincinnati .338
1974 Ralph Garr, Atlanta .353
1975 Bill Madlock, Chicago .354
1976 Bill Madlock, Chicago .339
1977 Dave Parker, Pittsburgh .338
1978 Dave Parker, Pittsburgh .334
1979 Keith Hernandez, St. Louis .344
1980 Bill Buckner, Chicago .324
19811 Bill Madlock, Pittsburgh .341
1982 Al Oliver, Montreal .331
1983 Bill Madlock, Pittsburgh .323
1984 Tony Gwynn, San Diego .351
1985 Willie McGee, St. Louis .353
1986 Tim Raines, Montreal .334
1987 Tony Gwynn, San Diego .370
1988 Tony Gwynn, San Diego .313
1989 Tony Gwynn, San Diego .336
1990 Willie McGee, St. Louis .335
1991 Terry Pendleton, Atlanta .319
1992 Gary Sheffield, San Diego .330
1993 Andres Galarraga, Colorado .370
19942 Tony Gwynn, San Diego .394
1995 Tony Gwynn, San Diego .368
1996 Tony Gwynn, San Diego .353
1997Tony Gwynn, San Diego.372
1998Larry Walker, Colorado.363
1999Larry Walker, Colorado.379
2000Todd Helton, Colorado.372
2001Larry Walker, Colorado.350
2002Barry Bonds, San Francisco.370
2003Albert Pujols, St. Louis.359
2004Barry Bonds, San Francisco.362
2005Derrek Lee, Chicago.335
2006Freddy Sanchez, Pittsburgh.344
1. Split season because of players' strike.
2. Season ended on Aug. 12 because of players' strike.

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