Who was the first national leaguer to lead the league in doubles three straight years?
Dan Brouthers led the National League in doubles in 1886, 1887, and 1888 with 40, 36, and 33, respectively. The first player to do it in the 20th century was Honus Wagner, who led the league 4 times in a row from 1906-1909.
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Through the 2008 season, for a player that played his entire career in the National League that would be Stan Musial of the St. Louis Cardinals who had 475 career home runs but never led the National League in home runs for a season. His highest season ranking was a 2nd place in 1949 when he hit 36 home runs. Ralph Kiner of the Pirates led the NL that season with 54.
Depends if he is on a rehab assignment which would mean that he wouldn't play very long, only a few games. If he is a minor leaguer trying to reach the majors he generally stays in the minors for a couple of years playing on various teams affiliated to the major league club (Rookie, Short season, Single A, Single A advanced, Double A, and Triple A) to develop into a big leaguer. It depends on…