Who Won the 1936
MLB NL Batting Champion

Paul Waner (.373)

Pittsburgh Pirates

1935 MLB NL Batting Champion Winner
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1936 MLB NL Batting Champion Winner Paul Waner News

Vintage Pittsburgh Pirates photos, from the first World Series to Barry Bonds

PennLive.com
Waner brothers: Paul "Big Poison" Waner and Lloyd "Little Poison" Waner made up a chunk of the Pirates outfield from 1927-1940. Paul holds the record for most consecutive game with at least one extra-base hit in the major leagues: 14 games with a total ...

1936 MLB NL Batting Champion Winner Paul Waner News

Sam Ross Jr. | Picking all-time Pirates crew

TribDem.com
A strong second place was Paul Waner (Big Poison), who played the bulk of his 20-year career with the Pirates (1926-40) and finished with 3,152 career hits and one MVP award (in 1927 when he drove home 131 runs). Waner also is in the Hall of Fame.

1936 MLB NL Batting Champion Winner Paul Waner News

Linda Brandt: Celebrities contribute to Sarasota culinary and cultural past

Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Contributed by Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Paul Waner, who was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1952. Bowle (German White Wine Cup). Place about 2 pounds of sliced peaches, fresh pineapple chunks or halved strawberries in a mixing bowl ...

1936 MLB NL Batting Champion Winner Paul Waner News

Paul Waner bat put up for auction | News OK

NewsOK.com
Hall of Famer from Oklahoma remains a part of Pittsburgh Pirates' lore.

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