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Highest batting average in Twin's history?

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Just was curious who holds the highest batting average in a season in Twin's history? Seems as though Mauer would have to be right up there.

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Rod Carew batted .388 in 1977 for the single season highest batting avg.

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I looked a bit as well. Carew actually hit .350+ 5 different seasons. Puckett also hit .356 in 88. I found a couple others, but they were back in the Washington Senator days.

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How many batting titles did Carew win?

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Seven.

1969 Rod Carew Minnesota Twins .332

1970 Alex Johnson California Angels .329

1971 Tony Oliva Minnesota Twins .337

1972 Rod Carew Minnesota Twins .318

1973 Rod Carew Minnesota Twins .350

1974 Rod Carew Minnesota Twins .364

1975 Rod Carew Minnesota Twins .359

1976 George Brett Kansas City Royals .333

1977 Rod Carew Minnesota Twins .388

1978 Rod Carew Minnesota Twins .333

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