1. 1918 Boston Red Sox, .186
2. 1930 Philadelphia Athletics, .197
3. 1906 Chicago White Sox, .198
4. 1948 Cleveland Indians, .199
5. 1962 New York Yankees, .199
6. 1966 Baltimore Orioles, .200
7. 1905 New York Giants, .203
8. 1939 New York Yankees, .206
9. 1957 Milwaukee Braves, .209
10. 1972 Oakland Athletics, .209
11. 1958 New York Yankees, .210
12. 1974 Oakland Athletics, .211
13. 2013 Boston Red Sox, .211

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