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Ultimate All-Time MLB Playoffs Lineup

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WS 560x280The World Series is set to begin, and this year we’ve seen some of the best performance in MLB Playoff History. That is why Major League Baseball is so much fun to watch. You can tune in one week and be introduced to 3 or 4 new kids just getting their first starts and they either rise or fall and it happens fast. The good ones find a way to win. When they win enough in the postseason, they become legend. Below we’ve assembled the greatest MLB Playoff Lineup, full of guys who have become postseason legends with their storied performances.

1B – Lou Gehrig, New York Yankees

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Career Postseason Stats

  • World Series Appearances: 7
  • World Series Titles: 6
  • Games – 34
  • Batting Avg. – 0.361
  • Hits – 43
  • HR – 10
  • 2B – 8
  • R – 30
  • RBI – 35

2B – Davey Lopes, Los Angeles Dodgers

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Career Postseason Stats

  • World Series Appearances: 4
  • World Series Titles: 2
  • Games – 50
  • Batting Avg. – 0.238
  • Hits – 43
  • HR – 6
  • 2B – 3
  • R – 29
  • RBI – 22
  • SB – 19

SS – Derek Jeter, New York Yankees

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Career Postseason Stats

  • World Series Appearances: 7
  • World Series Titles: 5
  • Games – 158
  • Batting Avg. – 0.308
  • Hits – 200 (MLB Record)
  • HR – 20
  • 2B – 32 (MLB Record)
  • 3B – 5 (MLB Record)
  • R – 111 (MLB Record)
  • RBI – 61
  • BB – 66
  • SB – 18

3B – George Brett, Kansas City Royals

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Career Postseason Stats

  • World Series Appearances: 2
  • World Series Titles: 1
  • Games – 43
  • Batting Avg. – 0.337
  • Hits – 56
  • HR – 10
  • 2B – 8
  • 3B – 5 (MLB Record)
  • R – 30
  • RBI – 23
  • SB – 2

LF – Lou Brock, St.Louis Cardinals

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Career Postseason Stats

  • World Series Appearances: 3
  • World Series Titles: 2
  • Games – 21
  • Batting Avg. – 0.391
  • Hits – 34
  • HR – 4
  • 2B – 7
  • R – 16
  • RBI – 13
  • SB – 14

CF – Lenny Dykstra, New York Mets

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Career Postseason Stats

  • World Series Appearances: 2
  • World Series Titles: 1
  • Games – 32
  • Batting Avg. – 0.321
  • Hits – 36
  • HR – 10
  • 2B – 6
  • R – 27
  • RBI – 19
  • SB – 5

RF – Reggie Jackson, Oakland Athletics

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Career Postseason Stats

  • World Series Appearances: 5
  • World Series Titles: 4
  • Games – 77
  • Batting Avg. – 0.278
  • Hits – 78
  • HR – 18
  • 2B – 14
  • R – 41
  • RBI – 48
  • SB – 5

C – Yadier Molina, St.Louis Cardinals

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Career Postseason Stats

  • World Series Appearances: 4
  • World Series Titles: 2
  • Games – 89
  • Batting Avg. – 0.290
  • Hits – 89
  • HR – 3
  • 2B – 17
  • R – 25
  • RBI – 31

DH – Paul Molitor, Milwaukee Brewers

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Career Postseason Stats

  • World Series Appearances: 2
  • World Series Titles: 1
  • Games – 29
  • Batting Avg. – 0.368
  • Hits – 43
  • HR – 6
  • 2B – 5
  • R – 28
  • RBI – 22
  • SB – 3

SP – Babe Ruth, New York Yankees

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Career Postseason Stats (Both Hitting and Pitching)

  • World Series Appearances: 10
  • World Series Titles: 7
  • Games – 41
  • Batting Avg. – 0.326
  • Hits – 42
  • HR – 15
  • R – 37
  • RBI – 33
  • Innings Pitched – 31.0 (3 GM)
  • Wins – 2
  • Losses – 0
  • ERA –  0.87
  • SO – 8
  • BB – 10

SP – Orel Hershiser, Los Angeles Dodgers

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Career Postseason Stats

  • World Series Appearances: 3
  • World Series Titles: 1
  • Games – 22
  • Innings Pitched – 132.0
  • Wins – 8
  • Losses – 3
  • Saves – 1
  • ERA – 2.59
  • Hits – 103
  • Earned Runs – 38
  • SO – 97
  • BB – 43

SP – John Smoltz, Atlanta Braves

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Career Postseason Stats

  • World Series Appearances: 5
  • World Series Titles: 1
  • Games – 41
  • Innings Pitched – 209.0
  • Wins – 14
  • Losses – 4
  • Saves – 4
  • ERA – 2.67
  • Hits – 172
  • Earned Runs – 62
  • SO – 199
  • BB – 67

SP – Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers

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Career Postseason Stats

  • World Series Appearances: 4
  • World Series Titles: 4
  • Games – 8
  • Innings Pitched – 57.0
  • Wins – 4
  • Losses – 3
  • ERA – 0.95
  • Hits – 36
  • Earned Runs – 6
  • SO – 61
  • BB – 11

SP – Bob Gibson, St.Louis Cardinals

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Career Postseason Stats

  • World Series Appearances: 3
  • World Series Titles: 2
  • Games – 9
  • Innings Pitched – 81.0
  • Wins – 7
  • Losses – 2
  • ERA – 1.89
  • Hits – 55
  • Earned Runs – 17
  • SO – 92
  • BB – 17

LR – Curt Schilling, Boston Red Sox

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Career Postseason Stats

  • World Series Appearances: 4
  • World Series Titles: 3
  • Games – 19
  • Innings Pitched – 133.1
  • Wins – 11
  • Losses – 2
  • ERA – 2.23
  • Hits – 104
  • Earned Runs – 33
  • SO – 120
  • BB – 25

SU – Roger Clemens, New York Yankees

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Career Postseason Stats

  • World Series Appearances: 6
  • World Series Titles: 2
  • Games – 35
  • Innings Pitched – 199.0
  • Wins – 12
  • Losses – 8
  • ERA – 3.75
  • Hits – 173
  • Earned Runs – 83
  • SO – 173
  • BB – 70

CL – Mariano Rivera, New York Yankees

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Career Postseason Stats

  • World Series Appearances: 7
  • World Series Titles: 5
  • Games – 96
  • Innings Pitched – 141.0
  • Wins – 8
  • Losses – 0
  • Holds – 4
  • Saves – 42
  • ERA – 0.70
  • Hits – 86
  • Earned Runs – 11
  • SO – 110
  • BB – 21
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