Career averages of the 27 major league players with 3,000 or more hits:
Career Average
1. Ty Cobb .367
2. Tris Speaker .344
3. Cap Anson .339
4. Nap Lajoie .338
5. Tony Gwynn .338
6. Eddie Collins .333
7. Paul Waner .333
8. Stan Musial .331
9. Rod Carew .328
10. Wade Boggs .328
11. Honus Wagner .327
12. Roberto Clemente .317
13. Paul Molitor .308
14. George Brett .307
15. Hank Aaron .305
16. Pete Rose .303
17. Willie Mays .302
18. Al Kaline .297
19. Lou Brock .293
20. Rafael Palmeiro .289
21. Eddie Murray .287
22. Robin Yount .286
23. Carl Yastrzemski .285
24. Dave Winfield .283
25. Craig Biggio .281
26. Rickey Henderson .279
27. Cal Ripken .276
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