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1911 Batting Leaders 1911 Batting Leaders

Ty Cobb led the major leagues with a torrid .420 batting average, Shoeless Joe Jackson was second with .408 - Dead Ball Era Baseball History

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1911 Batting Average Leaders


Ty Cobb compiled a robust .366 career batting average, the highest among all baseball players. He won nine straight batting titles, 1907-1915, plus three straight from 1917-1919. Ty Cobb batted over .400 twice - .420 in 1911 and .410 in 1912.




 Ty Cobb             Sam Crawford       Eddie Collins        Frank Baker         Birdie Cree          Tris Speaker

Batting Leaders 1911


American League Players


Ty Cobb, Detroit Tigers .420... Joe Jackson, Cleveland Indians .408... Sam Crawford, Detroit Tigers .378


Eddie Collins, Philadelphia Athletics .365… Birdie Cree, New York Highlanders (Yankees) .348… Jim Delahanty, Detroit Tigers .339…


Frank 'Home Run' Baker Philadelphia A’s .334… Tris Speaker, Boston Red Sox .334… Danny Murphy, Philadelphia A’s .329… Matty McIntyre, Chicago White Sox .323… Harry Lord, Chic WhSox .321


Stuff McInnis, Philadelphia Athletics .321… Hal Chase, New York Highlanders (Yankees) .315… Clyde Milan, Washington Senators .315… Frank LaPorte, St Louis Browns .314… Harry Hooper, Boston Red Sox .311… Bris Lord, Phil A’s .310… Duffy Lewis, Boston Red Sox .307… Harry Wolter, NY Highlanders (Yankees) .304


1911 National League Batting Leaders 


Honus Wagner
Birthdate: 2/24/1874
Died: 12/6/1955
Height / Weight: 5' 11" / 200 lbs.
Place of Birth: Chartiers, PA, USA
Bats / Throws: R / R

Hall of Fame Baseball Player

Honus Wagner, Pittsburgh Pirates .334…Roy Doc Miller, Boston Red Stockings (Braves) .333… Bill Sweeney, Boston Red Stockings (Braves) .314


Larry Doyle, New York Giants .310… Jake Daubert, Brooklyn Dodgers .307… Heinie Zimmerman, Chicago Cubs .307


Fred Luderus, Philadelphia Phillies .301… Frank Schulte, Chicago Cubs .300… Chief Wilson, Pittsburgh Pirates .300… Steve Evans, St. Louis Cardinals .294… Fred Snodgrass, New York Giants .294


Johnny Bates, Cincinnati Red Stockings .292… Red Murray, New York Giants .291… Mike Mitchell, Cincinnati Reds .291… Buck Herzog, New York Giants .290  


Dead Ball Era Baseball Players 



Joe Jackson
Birthdate: 7/16/1889
Died: 12/5/1951
Height / Weight: 6' 1" / 200 lbs.
Place of Birth: Pickens County, SC, USA
Bats / Throws: L / R

 Shoeless Joe Jackson



          Bill Sweeney  







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