Who won 5 of 6 batting titles 1983-1988?
Wade Boggs, Boston, AL
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Answer . Rod Carew - AL Billy Williams -NL
In 1876 Ross Barnes won the first National League batting title with a .429 batting average.
NL - Matty Alou - .342. AL - Frank Robinson - .316 (part of triple crown)
Wade Boggs won 5 batting titles from 1983-1988. In 1984 Don Mattingly won the title.
Wade Boggs of the Boston Red Sox.
Nap Lajoie led the American League in its inaugural season with a .426 battingaverage, one of just 13 seasons of a .400+ average in the 20thcentury. In addition, Lajoie was …a part of two separatecontested batting average races in 1902 and 1910. Wade Boggs wonfour consecutive batting titles from 1985 to 1988..
1986. AL . Wade Boggs . BOS 149 G .357/.453/.486. NL . Tim Raines . MON 151 G .334/.413/.476. 1985. AL . Wade Boggs . BOS 161 G .368/.450/.478. NL . Willie McGee .… STL 152 G .353/.384/.503. 1984. AL . Don Mattingly . NYY 153 G .343/.381/.537. NL . Tony Gwynn . SDP 158 G .351/.410/.444. 1983. AL . Wade Boggs . BOS 153 G .361/.444/.486. NL . Bill Madlock . PIT 130 G .323/.386/.444.
If you mean 1988 then Wade Boggs won 5 of 6 American League batting titles between 1983 to 1988
Inbaseball history, only three full-time catchers have won battingtitles. In the National League, Cincinnati's Eugene "Bubbles" Hargrave won it in 1926. The Reds' Ernie Lomb…ardi wonit in 1938 and 1942. Mauer is the only American Leaguebackstop to win a batting title, coming out on top in 2006, 2008and 2009..
The first catcher to ever win the Batting title was Eugene "Bubbles" Hargrave. He hit .353 in the year 1926 while playing for the Cincinnati Reds. The next catcher to ein a ba…tting title was Ernie Lombardie in 1938 and 1942. Then the only other catcher to win a batting title is Joe Mauer. He won in 2006, 2008, and 2009.
Wade Boggs of the Boston Red Sox won the A.L. Batting Title in 1983 and then again from 1985 to 1988. Don Mattingly of the Yankees won the batting title in 1984.
Magglio Ordonez of the Detroit Tigers
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Tony Oliva (Twins) and Ichiro Suzuki (Mariners).
Ty Cobb, who won it 11 times, Harry Heilman four times, Charlie Gehringer, George Kell, Al Kaline, Harvey Kuenn, Norm Cash, and Magglio Ordonez.
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I'll presume you mean "eight or more." That would be Ty Cobb (12) and Honus Wagner (8).