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Don Wilson's Career AVGPLUS is #9!

Same methodology as SLGPLUS, only for batting average instead.  Where does Don Wilson wind up?

Again, minimum 3000 at bats.  AVGPLUS adjusts for era, but not for ballpark.

+ --------------------- + -------- + ------------- + 
|                       | career   | career        |
| NAME                  | avg      | AVGPLUS       |
+ --------------------- + -------- + ------------- +
| Bruce Harper          | 0.3403   | 150           |
| Jeromy Wagner         | 0.3405   | 146           |
| Walt Cashman          | 0.3393   | 144           |
| Peter Mitchell        | 0.3366   | 143           |
| Hal Randall           | 0.3356   | 142           |
| Jimmie Franco         | 0.3264   | 142           |
| Johnnie Shields       | 0.3170   | 141           |
| T.J. Smart            | 0.3308   | 139           |
| Don Wilson            | 0.3272   | 137           |
| Javier Leon           | 0.3183   | 137           |
| Doug Alexander        | 0.3272   | 136           |
| Al Maurer             | 0.3243   | 136           |
| Kip White             | 0.3264   | 135           |
| Clayton Rollins       | 0.3109   | 134           |
| Tim Shipley           | 0.3238   | 133           |
| P.T. Ibanez           | 0.3185   | 133           |
| Roy Spencer           | 0.3228   | 133           |
| William Funaki        | 0.3046   | 131           |
| Alexander Henry       | 0.3195   | 131           |
| Miguel Perez          | 0.3055   | 129           |

+ --------------------- + -------- + ------------- +

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