MLB celebrated the 100th birthday of Ted Williams, the last player to bat .400 for an entire season. Some believe there will never be another .400 hitter ever to come through the league. Pitching is way too good, and hitters are coached to swing for the fences. Others feel it is only a matter of time before a supernatural hitter comes along to shatter everyone's expectations. Baseball is a game about defying the odds. What do you think? ⚾
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Will there ever be another .400 hitter in MLB?
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