Who won the 1988 American league batting title?
Wade Boggs of the Boston Red Sox won the 1988 batting title wit a .366 average.
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Tony La Russa - Oakland Athletics
Carl Yastrzemski -- he also led the leage in batting average and RBIs. This "Triple Crown" has not been duplicated in either league since.
Bill Mueller of the Boston Red Sox won the 2003 American League batting title with a .326 average. He edged his teammate Manny Ramirez by one point.
During the 2008 season, catcher Joe Mauer of the Minnesota Twins won the first of his consecutive batting titles with a .328 average.
Bobby Avila of the Cleveland Indians with a .341 average.
Joe Mauer won the 2009 American League batting title with a .365 batting Average.
Wade Boggs won 5 batting titles from 1983-1988. In 1984 Don Mattingly won the title.
Wade Boggs, Boston, AL
Edgar Martinez of the Seattle Mariners at .343.
Don Mattingly of the Yankees won the A.L. Batting title in 1984 with a .343 average.
Tris Speaker won the title with a .386 batting average and was on the Cleveland Indians.
Wade Boggs of the Boston Red Sox won the fourth of his five batting titles with a .363 average.
Willie McGee won the NL batting title in 1990 although he finished the season with the Oakland A's of the AL West. He played the first 5 months with the St. Louis Cardinals of… the NL East before being traded to Oakland on Aug. 30, 1990.
Derrek Lee of the Chicago Cubs won the batting title with a .335 average. It was the first time that a member of the Cubs had captured a batting title since Bill Buckner did i…t in 1980. .
This is a subject which has been disputed. There are references stating that Ed Delahanty is the only player to win the MLB batting title in both leagues. He won the Nation…al League title in 1899 with a .410 average, but the dispute is regarding the 1902 title, where he batted .376 in the American League. Other references have Delahanty's .376 batting average listed as second highest to Nap Lajoie's .378 in 1902.