Did you know that Lefty O'Doul, the senior circuit leader for hits during a season, was a relief pitcher for the New York Yankees (1919-1922) and Boston Red Sox (1923) before he was converted to a full time outfielder in the National League?
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The National League single season record for hits was set in 1929 by Lefty O'Doul of the Philadelphia Phillies then tied one year later by Bill Terry of the New York Giants. The American League single season record for hits is on this page. Is either the Career Leader for Hits?