I'll leave out 'Batting average' if it makes it more truthful.
Back of my generation the batting average was just about as good.
The point in dispute is the figure of Delehanty's batting average in 1867.
Counting the two goals from touchdowns against Princeton I had a batting average of 1000 in three games.
He could tell you the batting average of every player in the big leagues for ten years back.
But I could be a fair fielder, I think, and maybe I could fatten up my batting average.
He may be a fairly good fielder, and his batting average may beat mine, said Tooley, but hell never be the iron man he once was.
That's a batting average of—He tried to figure it out with a pencil, but gave it up as a bad job.