How many MLB players will have a regular season batting average of .400 or higher in 2020?
No Major League Baseball player has had a .400 batting average for a season since Ted Williams in 1941 (Baseball Almanac). How the shortened season will affect major performance numbers like batting average remains to be seen (Call to the Pen). The outcome will be determine using batting average data from ESPN (ESPN). A player must have at least 3.1 plate appearances per team game to count (MLB, see Rule 9.22).
The question closed "0" with a closing date of 27 September 2020.
|Possible Answer||Correct?||Final Crowd Forecast|
|4 or more||0%|