1940s

The era of Teddy Ballgame. Williams leads in Total Base Value in every season besides the three he didn’t play due to WWII. It’s possible, if not likely, that Williams could have lead all of baseball in bases per PA in ten straight seasons. While it’s arguable that Case, Stirnweiss, and Holmes are the unlikeliest TBv leaders perhaps ever, Snuffy Stirnweiss is unquestionably the greatest name to lead the league in anything.

1940Ted Williams, 1.056

1941 – Ted Williams, 1.224

1942 – Ted Williams, 1.134

1943George Case, .895

1944Snuffy Stirnweiss, .981

1945Tommy Holmes, .965

1946 – Ted Williams, 1.131

1947 – Ted Williams, 1.039

1948 –Ted Williams, 1.086

1949 – Ted Williams, 1.108

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