Making it in the majors: the best MLB rookie seasons

[post_page_title]Ted Williams[/post_page_title]
Year: 1939
Team: Boston Red Sox
Ted Williams was just 20 years old when he debuted for the Boston Red Sox in 1939, hitting .327/.436/.609, 6.7 WAR, with 145 runs batted in (the most RBI in the majors that season) and 31 homers. Even then, Williams had quite the ego aiming to be one of the greatest hitters ever. Needless to say, Williams did go on to become one of the greatest hitters ever, and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1966.
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