George Brett and the Williams Sisters

Big day over at SportsWorld. Unless the game changes dramatically, I think George Brett's run at .400 in 1980 might be the last one we see in our lifetime. Of course, it depends what you mean when you say "run at .400." There are some players since then -- John Olerud, Larry Walker, Todd Helton, even Barry Bonds -- who have sort of closed in on .400, but not really. And, of course, we were all robbed of what no doubt WOULD have been Tony Gwynn's great run at .400 in 1994, when the season was stopped in mid-August. But it wasn't to be.

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