Ted Williams held the Major League single season record for highest on base percentage from 1941 through 2001. Before him the record was held by John McGraw from 1899 through 1940. Will Barry Bonds hold the record for a similar period of time? Share your opinion about this three-person stronghold on Baseball Fever today.
Did you know that almost every eligible player on this top hundred (100) on-base percentage chart is already enshrined in the National Baseball Hall of Fame? Examine the chart, click the bios, and see for yourself how important on base percentage truly is.
Can you guess who led the league in on base percentage during consecutive seasons? If not, review our year-by-year chart to determine the leader from both the National League and American league.