Did you know that the two strike seasons (1981 & 1994) are the only Major League baseball seasons where the first place player from each league had less than five-hundred at-bats?
1920 was the first season where the leader from each league played in the same city. The city? St. Louis which had the Cardinals in the National League and the Browns in the American League.
Willie Wilson, Juan Samuel, Ichiro Suzuki and Jimmy Rollins are the only four players in Major League history to have more than seven-hundred at-bats during a single season of play.