We're not huge fans of batting average as a statistic, but it is still a stat that looms large in baseball. And one of the plateaus of greatness is the magical line of .300. John Kruk retired once his career batting average was up to .300. If you hit .300, you feel like a star.
Twenty-five Royals in franchise history have qualified for the batting title and hit .300 in a season. Some are legends. Others, despite reaching the magical threshold of a .300 season, have been forgotten in Royals lore. Can you name all 25? Listed below are the season or seasons in which they hit .300.