The record for most seasons leading their league in singles belongs to Ichiro Suzuki in the American League with ten and Tony Gwynn in the National League with seven.
The record for most consecutive seasons leading their league in singles belongs to Ichiro Suzuki in the American League who led from 2001 through 2010 and Willie Keeler in the National League who led from 1897 through 1900 and was eventually tied by Brett Butler who led from 1990 through 1993.
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