NL best and worst

July 09, 1991

Highest batting averages

July 1-7

... ... ... ... G... AB... R... H... Pct.

Butler, LA... ... 6... 23... 7... 11.. .478

Pagnozzi, StL ... 6... 23... 2... 11.. .478

Bagwell, Hou .... 6... 22... 9... 10.. .455

Sandberg, Chi.... 5... 18... 6... 8... .444

Varsho, Pitt .... 7... 21... 6... 9... .429

LaValliere, Pitt. 7... 24... 4... 10.. .417

Carter, LA... ... 6... 22... 3... 9... .409

Owen, Mtl.... ... 7... 22... 1... 9... .409

Blauser, Atl..... 6... 20... 5... 8... .400

Johnson, NY ..... 7... 25... 3... 10.. .400

Home runs

Dawson, Chi ... ...4

Clark, SF...... ...3

Guerrero, StL.. ...3

Santiago, SD... ...3

Van Slyke, Pitt ...3

RBI

Dawson, Chi... ... 10

Guerrero, StL..... 9

Merced, Pitt ..... 9

Van Slyke, Pitt... 9

Caminiti, Hou..... 8

Johnson, NY....... 8

Sandberg, Chi..... 8

Varsho, Pitt...... 8

Gant, Atl... ..... 7

Gonzalez, Hou..... 7

Lowest batting averages

... ... ... ...G... AB... R... H... Pct.

Coolbaugh, SD.. 6.. 17... 1... 1... .059

Sanders, Atl... 4.. 12... 0... 1... .083

Faries, SD..... 5.. 10... 0... 1... .100

Kruk, Phil..... 7.. 19... 2... 2... .105

Murray, LA..... 6.. 19... 1... 2... .105

Elster, NY..... 4.. 18... 3... 2... .111

Grissom, Mtl... 7.. 26... 3... 3... .115

Brooks, NY..... 7.. 24... 1... 3... .125

Wallach, Mtl... 7.. 24... 1... 3... .125

Yelding, Hou... 4.. 15... 1... 2... .133

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