Double Crown

August 13, 2000

With the Padres in 1992, Gary Sheffield won the National League
batting title with a .330 average. Through Sunday he led the
league in homers with 35. Should Sheffield win the home run
crown, he would become one of eight players since 1950 to have
won batting and home run championships. Here are the other
seven. --David Sabino

PLAYER BATTING TITLE(S) HOME RUN TITLE(S)

Hank Aaron 1956 (.328), '59 (.355) 1957 (44), '63 (44),
'66 (44), '67 (39)

Andres Galarraga 1993 (.370) 1996 (47)

Mickey Mantle 1956 (.353) 1955 (37), '56 (52),
'58 (42), '60 (40)

Willie Mays 1954 (.345) 1955 (51), '62 (49),
'64 (47), '65 (52)

Frank Robinson 1966 (.316) 1966 (49)

Larry Walker 1998 (.363), '99 (.379) 1997 (49)

Carl Yastrzemski 1963 (.321), '67 (.326), 1967 (44)
'68 (.301)

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)