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Who has the most stolen bases and hits in a World Series?

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2008-09-23 18:24:13
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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.

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