On September 24, 1936 — The American League batting crown is decided when Luke Appling of the White Sox goes 4 for 4 in the second game of a doubleheader with Cleveland. Runner-up Earl Averill is held hitless. Appling will coast to a 10-point margin at .388.

 


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Sources:
Baseball Reference September 24
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