A 60-Game MLB Season Could Provide a .400 Hitter

A 60-Game MLB Season Could Provide a .400 Hitter

Today on Straight Outta Vegas, RJ Bell and the crew look ahead to the 60-game MLB season to see where betters can take advantage including a prop bet on whether or not a batter will post a .400 batting average. Ted Williams is the last player to post a .400 batting average in a season, achieving the feat in 1941 but the crew looks back and discover 19 batters reaching that feat a total of 23 times over a 60-game period since 2000. It would be near impossible to see this happen in a regular 162-game season but there's a fair chance it could happen now.

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