1941 Boston Red Sox Season - Regular Season

Regular Season

Williams was one of the biggest stories of the 1941 major league season, becoming, as of 2009, the last player to bat .400 in a full season. He led an offense that scored the most runs of any major league team. During the season, Williams reached base safely in 69 consecutive games.

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