Lifetime records - Most hits: 71. Yogi Berra, with the New York Yankees, A.L., 1947, 1949-53, 1955-58, 1960-63 Most stolen bases: 14. Eddie Collins, Philadelphia A.L. 1910-11, 13-14; Chicago A.L., 1917, 1919. Lou Brock, St. Louis N.L., 1964, 67-68. Individual Series Records - Most hits: 13 (7 games) Bobby Richardson, New York A.L., 1964; Lou Brock, St. Louis N.L., 1968; Marty Barrett, Boston A.L., 1986. Most Stolen Bases: 7 (7 games), Lou Brock, St. Louis N.L., 1967, vs. Boston.
7 (7 games), Lou Brock, St. Louis N.L., 1968, vs. Detroit.
1) Rickey Henderson - 3055 hits and 1406 stolen bases. 2) Lou Brock - 3023 hits and 938 stolen bases. 3) Ty Cobb - 4189 hits and 897 stolen bases. 4) Eddie Collins - 3315 hits and 741 stolen bases. 5) Honus Wagner - 3420 hits and 723 stolen bases. 6) Paul Molitor - 3319 hits and 504 stolen bases.
Through games played on May 31, 2011, 4 ... 1) Derek Jeter of the Yankees with 2983 hits and 328 stolen bases. 2) Omar Vizquel of the White Sox with 2819 hits and 401 stolen bases. 3) Alex Rodriguez of the Yankees with 2726 hits and 304 stolen bases. 4) Johnny Damon of the Rays with 2626 hits and 391 stolen bases.
No. Sanders played in one World Series, that being the 1992 Series for the Atlanta Braves. The Braves lost that Series to the Toronto Blue Jays, 4 games to 2. Sanders batted .533 with 8 hits in 15 at bats and had 5 stolen bases.
0. Deion played in one World Series, the 1992 World Series for the Atlanta Braves against the Toronto Blue Jays. His batting average was an incredible .533 (8 hits in 15 at bats with 5 stolen bases) but the Braves lost to the Blue Jays 4 games to 2.
1992 for the Atlanta Braves against the Toronto Blue Jays. Deion played in 4 games and had 8 hits in 15 at bats for a .533 average with 2 doubles and 5 stolen bases.
Yogi Berra has the Most career World Series hits with 71.
Yogi Berra has the most career hits in the World Series with 71.
The Yankees had 49 hits as a team and the Phillies had 44, for a total of 93 hits in the 2009 World Series.
The record for career World Series hits is held by Yogi Berra of the New York Yankees who had 71 base hits in 14 World Series between 1947-1963.
Yogi Berra has the most career World Series hits with 71. Mickey Mantle is second with 59.
Boston Red Sox player Marty Barrett has the most hits in a single World Series with 13, in the 1986.
Yogi Berra, who had 71 base hits in 259 World Series at bats for a .274 batting average.
In MLB, no one ... the closest is Barry Bonds who had 762 HRs and 514 SBs and 2935 hits.
Robinson's 9 base hits tied the World Series record for most base hits by a player in a 5 game World Series. This is still the record for a 5 game Series ... the last player accomplishing this was Sean Casey of the Tigers in the 2006 World Series.
no ---------- Batting average and stolen bases are both statistical categories. If you get a hit, your total number of hits and your batting average go up. If you steal a base, your total number of stolen bases and your stolen base average go up. They're separate categories, and have no effect on each other.
Paul Molitor had 5 hits in Game 1 of the 1982 Series, which is the record.
6 (4 singles and 2 home runs). He batted .231 (6 hits in 26 at bats) in the 1947 World Series.
Three players share the record for most hits in a single World Series with 13: Marty Barrett, Lou Brock and Bobby Richardson.
Freddie Lindstrom in 1924, Joe Garagiola in 1946 and Jacoby Ellsbury in 2007 all had 4 hits in a World Series Game.
In the 1990 World Series, Cincinnati Reds outfielder Billy Hatcher tied New York Yankees catcher Thurman Munson's record of seven consecutive hits over the first two Series games. Munson's pulled off the feat in the 1976 World Series.
.321 World Series Batting AverageThrough 2010, Derek Jeter played in 7 World Series, and has a lifetime World Series batting average of .321, 50 hits in 156 at bats.
Derek Jeter has played in 7 World Series and has a batting average of .321 on 50 base hits in 156 at bats with 3 HRs and 9 RBIs.
Three player hold the record for most hits in a single World Series with 13. Marty Barrett, Bobby Richardson, and Lou Brock.
1. Rickey Henderson 2. Lou Brock 3. Ty Cobb 4. Eddie Collins 5. Honus Wagner 6. Paul Molitor