The major league record is American League ultimate star, Ty Cobb. The former Tiger and Athletic hit .367 with an AL record today 4,191 hits in just 11,429 at-bats, though 5th all-time on the record list.
The National League record is NL also- megastar Rogers Hornsby, standing at .358. He didn't have 3,000 hits though. He is also an incredible all-around hitter, like Cobb.
Ty Cobb has the highest lifetime batting average with .366
Ty Cobb with a .366 batting average
Ty cobb has the highest career batting average at .366
Ty Cobb has the highest career batting average with .366
Barry Bonds... i think
Ty Cobb had a lifetime batting average of .366
i believe that distiction goes to honus wagner.although not a shortstop his entire career he has a 329 lifetime avg.
As of August 2011, Derek Jeter's lifetime batting average is .313.
Ty Cobb with a .366 lifetime average. The single season leader is Hugh Duffy at .4397 in 1894.
Lou Gehrig's highest batting average was .373.
Ty Cobb has the highest batting average hitting .366.
His lifetime Batting Average is .109, he was 54 for 497.
Feller had a craeer batting average of .151
Sir Donald Bradman has the highest career batting average in Test cricket. His batting average is 99.94
Ty Cobb has the highest batting average, with a .366 bating average.
Roger Hornsby highest batting average in a season was .424 in 1924.
Wade Boggs' highest batting average was .368 in 1985.
Ichiro Suzuki holds the highest batting average at .322.