Top 10 MLB batting average leaders in 2022

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The player with the best batting average usually leads other MLB stats, but what matters is that the player has at least a good batting average so that when he’s at bat the team can score a point.

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During the last 22 years batting averages were below .400 being Todd Helton with .373 (rounded up from .3724) in the year 2000. Usually players with good batting averages can lead the The 10 best home runs in MLB or the RBI ranking.

Ty Cobb holds the record for the best batting average at .366, while another player named Tony Gwynn holds the highest batting average record for a single season at .394 when he played for the San Diego Padres in the last decade of the 20th century (1994).

During the first weeks and months of 2022 MLB season it’s possible for a player to maintain a .400 or .390 batting average but at the end of the season the true number comes out. Another factor where the top 10 batting average players stand out is RBI stats.

Top 10 MLB batting averages in 2022

In the 2021 MLB season, player with highest batting average was Trea Turner of Los Angeles Dodgers (as of 2022). Vladimir Guerrero Jr, another standout player in last season’s batting average rating, was also a standout player in the Top 10 tours.

Only four MLB players have topped the average batting rating multiple times in the past 22 years, two players are Venezuelan, Miguel Cabrera (2011, 2013 and 2015), Jose Altuve (2014, 2017), and two American players, Joe Mauer (2006, 2009) and DJ LeMahieu (2016, 2020).

Top 10 BA Leaders in 2022

Neighborhood Taylor .4000
Eric Hosmer .3816
Manny Machado .3750
JP Crawford .3718
Xander Bogaerts .3690
Nolan Arenado .3684
André Benintendi .3662
Jeff McNeil .3611
Josh Bell .3506
Owen Miller .3774

(2022-05-02 updated, 4:02 PM (ET))

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