Tris Speaker of the 1912 Boston Red Sox set the American and Major League record for most twenty game batting streaks during a single season with three.
Did you know that in 1914 Sherry Magee led the National League with one-hundred seventy-one hits — a Major Meague record for fewest hits during a full season by the league leader?
In 1973, Pete Rose led the National League with two-hundred thirty hits. In 1980, Willie Wilson led the American League with two-hundred thirty hits hits. Both are tied for the Major Meague record of most hits during a single season by a switch-hitter.