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.
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.
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.
Plate appearances with 739 and base hits with 219.
1960 New York Yankees with 91 base hits (64 1B, 13 2B, 4 3B, 10 HR). The Yankees lost to the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 1960 World Series.
Yogi Berra has the Most career World Series hits with 71.
Pinky Higgins of the 1938 Boston Red Sox. Higgins got his 12 hits in 14 plate appearances, he had two base on balls with the 12 hit streak. Walt Dropo of the 1952 Detroit Tigers is the only MLB player to have had 12 consecutive base hits. His 12 hits came in 12 consecutive plate appearances.
The Yankees had 49 hits as a team and the Phillies had 44, for a total of 93 hits in the 2009 World Series.
Yogi Berra has the most career World Series hits with 71. Mickey Mantle is second with 59.
Yogi Berra has the most career hits in the World Series with 71.
Boston Red Sox player Marty Barrett has the most hits in a single World Series with 13, in the 1986.
Cal Ripken, Jr. played in only one World Series in his career and he played it during the 1983 World Series which is when the Baltimore Orioles defeated the Philadelphia Phillies in 5 games. Ripken played in all five games, had 18 at-bats, scored 2 runs, had 3 hits, 1 RBI, 3 walks and had struck out 4 times during his only appearances in the World Series. He played at Shortstop in the series but had no chances at fielding or assists.
Through the 2008 World Series, 1.Second baseman Bobby Richardson of the New York Yankees was named MVP of the 1960 World Series won by the Pittsburgh Pirates, 4 games to 3. He had 11 base hits, 12 RBIs, and batted .367 in the 1960 Series.
Paul Molitor had 5 hits in Game 1 of the 1982 Series, which is the record.
The all time MLB record is 17 consecutive plate appearances reaching base by Frank Ward in 1893. Ward got 8 hits, 8 walks, and hit by a pitch once. The modern day MLB record is held by Hall of Famer Ted Williams who reached base in 16 consecutive plate appearances in 1957. He got six hits, was walked 9 times, and hit by a pitch once.
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.
On Base Percentage (OB%) is Walks (BB) plus Hits (H) plus Hit By Pitches (HBP) divided by Plate Appearances (PA). Plate Appearances is defined by At Bats plus Walks plus + Hit By Pitches + Sacrifice Flies http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On_base_percentage
Freddie Lindstrom in 1924, Joe Garagiola in 1946 and Jacoby Ellsbury in 2007 all had 4 hits in a World Series Game.
I really do not know but all i found was is Derek Sanderson Jeter holds the all time record remember he beat the hall of fame in 2009. That is Paul Molitor of the Milwaukee Brewers with 5 base hits in Game 1 of the 1982 World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals ... all 5 were singles.
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.
Hall of Famer Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra holds World Series records for most appearances as a player (14 times with the New York Yankees), most games played (75), most at bats (259), most hits (71), most doubles (10), most singles (49), most games caught (63) and most putouts by a catcher (457). In 1947, he hit the first pinch-hit homer in Series history.Berra, who was named the American League's Most Valuable Player Award three times in the 1950s, won 10 world championships in his 14 World Series as a player. He also managed both the Yankees (in 1964) and the New York Mets (in 1973) to World Series appearances.
Three player hold the record for most hits in a single World Series with 13. Marty Barrett, Bobby Richardson, and Lou Brock.
Plate appearances is the total number of times a player has stood at the plate ... regardless of outcome. At-bats are counted when a batter either scores an 'out' or scores a 'hit'. If the batter receives a Base-on-balls, hit by pitch, or reaches base as the result of an error or Fielder's choice, it doesn't count as an at-bat. Batting average is figured as hits/at-bats. On-base percentage is figured as #of times on base / plate appearances This answer is wrong... If the batter reaches base as a result of an error or fielder's choice it still counts as an at bat, if the batter records an out that results in a sacrifice fly it does not count as an at bat. Also a base on balls includes the possibility of hit by pitch in its definition.
1) Babe Adams of the Pirates in the 1909 World Series and got the win giving up 1 run and 6 hits in 9 innings. 2) Jeff Tesreau of the Giants in the 1912 World Series and was the loser giving up 4 runs and 5 hits in 7 innings. 3) Paul Derringer of the Cardinals in the 1931 World Series and was the loser giving up 6 runs and 11 hits in 7 innings. 4) Don Newcombe of the Dodgers in the 1949 World Series and was the loser giving up 1 run and 5 hits in 8 innings. 5) Bob Walk of the Phillies in the 1980 World Series and got the win giving up 6 runs and 8 hits in 7+ innings. 6) Joe Magrane of the Cardinals in the 1987 World Series and was the loser giving up 5 runs and 4 hits in 3 innings. 7) Tim Belcher of the Dodgers in the 1988 World Series and got a no decision giving up 4 runs and 3 hits in 2 innings. 8) Livan Hernandez of the Marlins in the 1997 World Series and got the win giving up 3 runs and 8 hits in 5 2/3 innings. Hernandez won the Series MVP award in 1997. 9) Justin Verlander of the Tigers in the 2006 World Series and was the loser giving up 7 runs and 6 hits in 5+ innings. 10) Anthony Reyes of the Cardinals in the 2006 World Series and got the win giving up 2 runs and 4 hits in 8+ innings. The 2006 World Series is the only Series in MLB history that two rookie pitchers started against each other in Game 1.