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Ty Cobb earned a reputation for being one of the most determined and focused players in the history of baseball. His first full season in the major leagues saw him hit .316 for the Detroit Tigers - and he'd never hit that low ever again. Cobb won 11 batting titles (hitting over .400 three times) and finished his career with a .366 average. "The Georgia Peach" won the Triple Crown in 1909, and was part of the inaugural class into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Cobb was enshrined along with Babe Ruth, Christy Mathewson, Honus Wagner and Walter Johnson - although Cobb received more votes than the other four members of his class.