September 28, 1941 — Ted Williams, playing for the Boston Red Sox in a doubleheader against the Philadelphia Athletics on the final day of the season, gets six hits in eight appearances at the plate, resulting in .406 batting average for the year, and became the last major league player to bat .400 in a season.

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