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1919 NL Batting Leaders 1919 NL Batting Leaders

Edd Roush led the NL with a .321 batting average in 1919, Rogers Hornsby was 2nd with .318, Ross Youngs 3rd with .311

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1919 National League Batting Average Leaders
Edd Roush of the Cincinnati Red Stockings won the NL batting title in 1919 with a .321 mark. Rogers Hornsby of the St Louis Cardinals was second with .318 and Ross Youngs, New York Giants, finished third with .311.

Baseball History -

Official Batting Leaders 1919:

Edd Roush, Reds .321... Rogers Hornsby, Cardinals .318... Ross Youngs, NY Giants .311... Heine Groh, Reds .310... Hy Myers, Brooklyn Dodgers . 307... Milt Stock, Cardinals .307...

Emil 'Irish' Meusel, Philadelphia Phillies .305... George Burns, NY Giants .303... Ed Konetchy, Dodgers .298... Zack Wheat, Dodgers .298... Max Flack, Cubs .294... Fred Luderus, Phillies .293... George 'Possum' Whitted, Pittsburgh Pirates .293...

Walter Holke, Boston Braves .292... Tommy Griffith, Dodgers .281... Jimmy Johnston, Dodgers .281... Billy Southworth, Pirates .280... Buck Herzog, Chicago Cubs .278... Ivy Olson, Dodgers .278... Cy Williams, Phillies .278


1919 National League Doubles Leaders:

Ed Konetchy, Brooklyn Dodgers 24... Charlie Deal, Cubs 23... Zack Wheat, Dodgers 23... Hy Myers, Dodgers 23... Cy Williams, Phillies 21... George 'Possum' Whitted, Pirates 21...

Tony Boeckel, Boston Braves 20... Art Fletcher, New York Giants 20... Max Flack, Cubs 20... Fred Merkle, Cubs 20... Heine Zimmerman, NY Giants 20... Austin McHenry, St. Louis Cardinals 19... Lee Magee, Cubs 19... - Archives - Dead Ball Era




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