Bob Gibson's World Series strikeout records are:
17 strikeouts in a World Series game (Game 1, 1968 Series)
35 strikeouts in one World Series (1968)
Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals with 35 against the Detroit Tigers in the 1968 World Series. The Cardinals lost to the Tigers 4 games to 3. Gibson set the single game WS strikeout record with 17 in Game 1 of the 1968 Series.
The pitcher that had the most strikeouts in the 1960s was Bob Gibson. He had a total of 2,071, and he was also the best strikeout pitcher of the decade in the world series.
As of the start of the 2007 season, Whitey Ford of the New York Yankees holds the career strikeout record in World Series play with 94.
Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals struckout 17 Detroit Tiger batters in Game 1 of the 1968 World Series. On Oct. 2 1968 Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardenals struck out 17 Detroit Tigers in the first game of the world series that year. Its a world series record.
Ryan Howard holds the record for most strikeouts for a batter in a World Series with 13 in 2009. Bob Gibson holds the record for most strikeouts for a pitcher with 35 in 1968.
Bob Gibson holds the World Series record for most strikeouts by a pitcher in a World Series (35 in 1968) and most strikeouts by a pitcher in a single game (17 in Game 1 of the 1968 WS). He is tied for most games won by a pitcher in a World Series (3 in 1967).
Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals struckout 17 Detroit Tigers in Game 1 of the 1968 World Series.
Willie Mays played in four World Series: 1) 1951 - 22 at bats, 2 strikeouts 2) 1954 - 14 at bats, 1 strikeout 3) 1955 - 28 at bats, 5 strikeouts 4) 1973 - 7 at bats, 1 strikeout Willie Mays struckout 9 times in 71 World Series at bats.
Bob Gibson hit home runs in the 67 & 68 World Series
A four strikeout inning. The National League does not use a designated hitter except in World Series games that are played in the American League team's ballpark.
Bob Gibson of the Saint Louis Cardinals struck out 17 Detroit Tigers in Game 1 of the 1968 World Series.
Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1964 World Series.
On October 4, 1959 Los Angeles Dodgers set World Series attendance record at 92,394.
Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals won the World Series MVP award in 1964. He also won the award in 1967. Sandy Koufax, Reggie Jackson and Gibson are the only players to win the World Series MVP award twice.
Game: Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals with 17 strikeouts against the Detroit Tigers in Game 1 of the 1968 World Series. Career: Whitey Ford of the New York Yankees with 94 strikeouts in 146 innings pitched over 11 World Series.
The Yankees World Series record is 27-13.
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.
9 ... Bob Gibson started 9 games at pitcher (3 in each of the 1964, 1967, and 1968 World Series) and completed 8 of them, throwing 2 shutouts.
Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1964 and 1967 World Series.
Bob Gibson of the Cardinals.Gibson threw three complete game victories (Games 1, 4, and 7) and had an ERA of 1.00 in the 1967 World Series.
3 ... 1964 against the Yankees, 1967 against the Red Sox, and 1968 against the Tigers. Gibson started 9 games in the WS and had a 7-2 record with a 1.89 ERA, 8 complete games, and 2 shutouts.
As of the start of the 2007 World Series, Mickey Mantle holds the MLB career record for RBIs in the World Series with 40. For a single World Series, Boboy Richardson of the New York Yankees holds the RBI record with 12 in the 1960 World Series.
Mickey Mantle holds the record for career World Series home runs with 18.