Who are the all time postseason home run leaders in MLB?
Here are MLB’s postseason HR leaders 1 Manny Ramírez: 29 HR Manny played in 11 postseasons for the Indians, Red Sox and Dodgers, got 493 plate appearances (third all time) and slugged a typically robust .544. 2 Bernie Williams: 22 HR Williams wasn’t known as a huge power hitter, topping out at 30 homers in a season. 3 Derek Jeter: 20 HR
Who are the Major League Baseball players with 600 home runs?
Alex Rodriguez (696), Willie Mays (660), Albert Pujols (654), Ken Griffey, Jr. (630), Jim Thome (612), and Sammy Sosa (609) are the only other players to have hit 600 or more. Listed are all Major League Baseball players with 219 or more home runs hit during official regular season games (i.e., excluding playoffs or exhibition games).
When did David Ortiz hit his first postseason home run?
Ortiz’s first career postseason home run was off Mike Mussina in ALCS Game 1 in 2003. He hit another home run, off David Wells, in Game 7 of that series, but the legend would really grow in 2004.
Who has the most career home runs?
Barry Bonds holds the record for most career home runs, hitting 762 over his 22-year career.
What was Derek Jeter’s batting average in the World Series?
Jeter’s postseason batting average (.308) was two points lower than his regular-season mark, but his .465 slugging percentage was 25 points higher. The five-time World Series champion, who had three 20-homer campaigns in his career, essentially had a fourth if you combine his playoff production over 158 games.
How many home runs has George Springer hit in the postseason?
The 2020 postseason is the fifth of Springer’s career, and he’s hit multiple home runs in all but the first one — when he hit one home run in six games in the 2015 postseason. While Springer has a long ways to go, it’ll be hard to top his MVP-winning performance in the 2017 World Series, when he swatted five homers.
How many postseason games did Manny Ramirez play?
Manny played in 11 postseasons for the Indians, Red Sox and Dodgers, got 493 plate appearances (third all time) and slugged a typically robust .544. His first two postseason homers, in Game 2 of the 1995 American League Championship Series, helped Cleveland reach the World Series.