They hit 3,000 hits, they were not the batting leader nor did they give 200 hits

In Major League history, a total of 32 players have exceeded 3,000 career hits. Three of these never managed to be the batting leader in MLB and did not shoot 200 hits in any year.

These were the immortals, Eddie Murray, who hit with both hands and threw to the right. His stats at the end of his 21-year career were as follows. He participated in 3,026 games, used up 11,336 at-bats, scored 1,627 runs, shot 3,255 hits, of which 560 were doubles, 35 triples and 504 home runs, drove in 1,917 runs and his average was 287.

Dave Winfield, right-handed hitter was another of this group as well as Murray who did not legalize those requirements that firing 3,000 hits in his career did not achieve a 200-hit year. His lifetime records were in his 22 years of service, he played in 2,973 challenges, exhausted 11,003 at-bats, scored 1,669, hammered 3,119 hits of these 540 were doubles, 88 triples, 465 HR. He drove in 1,833 and finished with an average of 283.

Rickey Henderson was the other of the trio, who had a very strange case as he fielded left and hit right. In 25 years he saw action in 3,081 games, consumed 10,961 at-bats, scored 2,295 to be a mark in the big leagues, had 3,055 hits, of these 510 were doubles, 66 triples and 297 home runs, pushed 1,115 RBIs, is the leader in steals from all-time with 1,406 and led 12 times in stolen bases and career batting .279.

 

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